On Friday the 5th of November, the two Dutch volunteers organised their first Art Attack. For every person that attended the Art Attack, there was a canvas, palette and painting apron. Furthermore, there were a variety of colours and brushes for the participants to use. The volunteers had also collected some autumn leaves that could be used in the painting. After everybody had arrived and got a drink, the creative process of painting and relaxing could start. The music that played was chosen to improve the creative process and calm the nerves. Some people started immediately with painting, while others first let the music sink in and thought of something to paint. One person decided that painting was not the way to go, so the person made a drawing on the canvas. After almost two hours most people were finished with their painting and cleaned their brushes. It was possible to let the paintings dry in the SFERA office, but most people took the painting home to let it dry there.