An interesting, but quickly changing place to work, that doesn't pay as well as you think
Paint Nite is really a part-time job with full-time expectations. You are responsible for a lot more than just doing the events. Including preparing demo paintings, all self-promotion and making sure you have all your supplies before the event. However because you are only paid for the time you actually do the event, it's honestly more of a salaried job.
Management is okay depending on who you work with under Paint Nite as a company, but if you get a disorganized licensee you're in for a lot of headaches. Which would be fine if the job wasn't completely review based. That's the hardest part, because you can't please everybody right from the start, and there are things you can't control in your surveys as well, like venue lighting, and staff friendliness.
The best part of the job was easily being able to get out and host the events. You met so many great people, and it was almost always fun. Although I would only recommend the job to men who don't mind getting hit on a lot, it's still a fun job overall.
Just don't consider it a career, because long term the company doesn't really have anything to offer.
Networking, social event hosting, self-management
Survey-based, Bad pay structure, long hours