On-Site Class Registration and Cancellation Policies
Please note: These policies are for our weekly on-site class series. Information about Summer Art Institute workshop policies can be found here.
As of November 1, 2021 Women’s Studio Workshop is requiring all students, instructors, staff, residents, and visitors be fully vaccinated before coming to the studio’s campus. We will continue to require the use of face masks while in the studios, and ask that every person who enters the studio track their temperature using the thermometer stations at the front and side doors. A written copy of our COVID-19 safety policies and procedures will be provided upon registration and on the first day of class. Thank you for helping us ensure the health and safety of the whole WSW community!
Register for a on-site class online. Students register on a first come, first serve basis and your spot in the class is only guaranteed once WSW has received your payment in full through the website.
Once registered, you will receive an email confirmation and receipt of payment.
Wait-listed? After a class is full, students will be placed on a wait-list in the order that registration has been received. If a space becomes available, wait-listed students will be notified.
If you cancel your registration within a week prior to the start date of the class, we will refund your tuition balance). If you cancel your registration after a class has begun, whether you were in attendance or not, you will lose your full tuition. Please note that membership dues are not refundable.
You may only transfer registration up to one week prior to your original class start date. If you cannot attend and do not notify WSW more than a week prior to the class, then the above cancellation policy goes into effect.
If WSW has to cancel a class for any reason, deposit and tuition will be refunded in full, or can be transferred to another workshop. Classes need a minimum of four students to run and students will be given one week’s notice if a class has been cancelled for under-enrollment.