Thank you for joining us at main line art center! We are so happy you are here. Below we have outlined our policies and procedures, but please feel free to call us if you have any questions.
NOTE: Classes are defined as 4 weeks or more, workshops are defined as three weeks or less.
Main Line Art Center memberships are not refundable.
Class Cancellations & Make-ups
The Art Center reserves the right to cancel any class or workshop due to insufficient enrollment. If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment students will be notified approximately 3 days before the start of class and refunded in full. Once class has begun, the Art Center reserves the right to cancel dates due to unavoidable circumstances, including inclement weather. A make-up week is provided for any cancellations made by the Center.
Refunds and make-ups will not be given for student absences due to personal schedule conflicts.
Class Changes/ Cancellations Due To Teacher Absence
In the case of an unexpected teacher absence, the Art Center reserves the right to find a substitute teacher, or cancel class and offer a make-up date. Refunds will not be issued if a student cannot attend the make-up date.
All class withdrawals made 10 days or more prior to its start will be subject to a $15 processing fee. Withdrawals made 10 days or less before the start of a class will result in 25% of tuition being withheld. Withdrawals on or after the first day of class will result in 40% of the tuition being withheld. No refunds will be given for withdrawals after the second class. Trip deposits are non-refundable unless the Art Center cancels the trip.
Students are permitted to switch from one class/workshop to another within a given semester. Classes you’ve already attended will be deducted, all remaining tuition will be applied to new class.
With the instructor’s permission, students may join a class that has already started and the tuition will be prorated. A $25 late fee will be applied for joining after the third class.
Weather-related closures will be posted on our website, Facebook and Instagram in a timely manner. If you do not see an announcement, all programs are running as scheduled. Students should not expect to be contacted individually if we are closed due to severe weather. For classes happening off site at one of our community partners, contact the organization directly to see if the class is still running.
*Classes are defined as 4 weeks or more, workshops are defined as three weeks or less.
Registration & Confirmation
The Art Center will email students approximately one week prior to the start of their class with dates, information on parking, and studio location. The Art Center may decline an individual’s request to enroll in classes or participate in programs when necessary.
Read course descriptions carefully for dates, times, and required supplies. It is the student’s responsibility to purchase supplies listed in the course description. Please note some courses have an additional supply fee payable to the instructor.
Scholarships/tuition assistance is available based on financial need. Contact the office for an application or download one from the website here. Applications will be considered on a first come, first serve basis until funds are dispersed. For more info, please contact Ariel Edwards, Co-Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to attend adult classes.
The Center reserves the right to use photos taken during all classes and programs for publicity purposes. Registration in a class or attendance at an event gives the Art Center permission to use images without further consent or compensation.
The Art Center is not responsible for artwork and other property left on the premises and has no liability of such property is lost, stolen or damaged, except in instances when artwork is displayed in gallery exhibitions and covered by insurance. Artwork or property left two weeks after the semester ends will be discarded.
We are committed to a continuum of accessible education programs by providing reasonable and appropriate accommodations in a supportive environment that promotes and fosters inclusion of people of all ages, abilities and skill levels. If you believe that you will require accommodations to enable you to participate meaningfully in our programs, contact the main office before you register.
Summer Camp Refunds
Withdrawals made more than 2 weeks prior to start of camp session will result in a full refund minus a $50 fee. Refunds will not be given for withdrawals made less than 2 weeks prior to session.
Switching Summer Camps
Based on availability, you may switch sessions for a fee of $25. Deadline for requests is 2 weeks prior to the session you’re currently registered for. Refund policy applies.
Every child under the age of 18 is required to have a current child emergency form on file. Adult students are required to inform the office if they have a medical condition that the staff or faculty should be aware of in an emergency. Forms are kept on file for one year unless there are updates or changes.
Open Studios are currently offered by the month or hourly. Hourly spots are not guaranteed and are on a first-come, first served basis. To guarantee your spot, register for our monthly open studios.