Most virtual arts & crafts classes don’t require any prior art knowledge or expertise, and most are geared toward beginners.
Consider turning the crafting class into a charitable activity such as creating handcrafted greeting cards and sending them to first responders, healthcare workers, etc.
As a team building option, some vendors are able to produce one giant work of art from the participants’ smaller works. The individual pieces are uploaded to create a mural or mosaic in real time.
Some art institutions such as the Guggenheim Museum offer virtual art classes that are open to the public.
Virtual arts & crafts classes work well for team building, client appreciation, employee engagement, influencer events, and product launches.
For painting classes, the vendor may allow you to choose the subject being painted such as a company logo.