Admissions & Calendar

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Admissions Policy

Classes are open to individuals of various ages (see requirements below) who are seeking professional Fine Arts instruction. Since an introductory lesson is given at the beginning of class each week, it is absolutely necessary that all students be ON TIME with their required supplies (see back page), with their cell phones OFF, ready to make a concerted commitment regarding their individual progress.


Applicant’s position in a class will be secured upon the full payment of the tuition and registration/supply fee. All tuition/fees must be received prior to the first week of class.

A non-refundable, one time registration/supply fee of $25. per student is required for all studio classes. Applicant’s position in a class will be secured upon the full payment of the tuition and the one time registration/supply fee.

Class Cancellation and Refund

Class enrollment is limited, allowing for individual instruction and extraordinary student technical and artistic growth. Courses will run depending on a minimum number of registered students. There will be no refund after the second week of classes. Students leaving after the first session will be refunded the balance of their tuition minus the registration/supply fee.

Absence Policy

Due to the small class size and total length of each semester, missed class time due to student absence cannot be made up. These individuals may desire to make up missed work independently following a discussion with their instructor.


Classes will meet once a week during the designated time period. The SPRING semester – 12 sessions begins in early February continuing until the extra 13th make-up class in late May. The instructor of each class will distribute a schedule during the first session outlining the various holidays (President’s week, spring break, Easter, etc.).


Students will be required to have the following supplies the first day of class. If necessary, additional materials will be outlined by the instructor and required at various times during the semester. The instructor will distribute additional supplies not listed. It is highly recommended that each student purchases and utilizes a portfolio case that is waterproof, stiff and large enough to store all drawing pads and finished art works.

  • INTRO TO LIFE DRAWING/PAINTING and COLLEGE PORTFOLIO PREP: one 18”x24” rough newsprint pad, four 6B pencils and a kneaded eraser. CARTOONING and FASHION FOR TEENS: one 9×12” tracing pad.

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