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2011 Summer Catalog 1.800.333.5707 • www.ScottsdaleArtSchool.org


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WELCOME

SUMMER 2011

Welcome Our studios are cool!! Welcome to another exciting summer at Scottsdale Artists’ School. Come create with us by choosing from a variety of three day mini workshops, weekly classes or get out of the heat at one of our destination workshops! If you are a beginner or an intermediate artist who wants to refresh your skills, this is the summer for you! We have expanded our selection of beginning classes and we are once again offering our popular Art for Amateurs series. If you are a seasoned artist, don’t worry we still have intensive 3- day workshops for you! Once you have found the right ‘fit’ for you, go to our website and register today. We look forward to seeing you this summer! The Staff of Scottsdale Artists’ School

Table of Contents Weekly Classes p2 - p7 Art for Amateurs p8 Photography p9 Mini Workshops p10 - p14 Destination Workshops p15 Our Partners p16 Friends p16 Beaux Arts p17 Open Studio p18 Scholarships p18 Policy Information p19 Registration Form p20 Cover Artists: (large painting) Robert Lemler (smalls, top row, left to right) Suzanne Falk, Liz Kenyon, Susan Henningsen, Julie Gilbert Pollard, John Hughes, Hedi Moran, Bill Lundquist, Kate Starling, Allen Garns, Linda Glover-Gooch.

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WEEKLY

SUMMER 2011/Weekly Classes

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Liz Kenyon Get off your knees and apply your love of gardening and color using harmony, contrast and the rules of design. Let’s express intimate places in the garden.

Garden Art in Pastel: Cultivating Your Color Choices Mondays, 6:30-9:30pm June 6-June 27, 2011 Pastels All levels $180/ 4 sessions

I will demonstrate how to use brilliant hues of spring coupled with contrasting passages of shady neutrals to produce poetic or exciting paintings. You will experiment with color combinations that work well together and some that are surprising in order to increase your confidence in making color choices. The basics of soft pastel will be covered as well as worm’s eye perspective and rich texture making. Website: www.lizkenyon.com

Bill Lundquist

The Really Useful Drawing Class Tuesdays, 1-4pm June 7- June 28, 2011 Drawing All Levels $180/ 4 sessions 2

All fine representational paintings have one thing in common; they are all drawn well! This drawing class will give you techniques and insights to help you become a better draughtsman. You will learn how to see errors instantly and begin to become more attuned to what your eyes are “saying” to you. If you need a better grasp on the key principles of shape, proportion, value, perspective, and design, this class is for you. Your line work will become expressive, and your drawings more exciting as the instructor leads you through exercises and demonstrations. Website: www.billlundquistart.com


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Susan Henningsen Have you ever looked at a sculpture and wondered, “How did the artist do that?� In this four week class, students will learn how to create a likeness in clay using a portrait model as our subject. As they sculpt, students will explore ways of creating a variety of moods. There will be instructor demonstrations, including a demonstration of how to capture facial expressions. There will be additional demos and discussion on finishing your sculpture and applying cold patinas on fired clay. Simple mold making techniques will be discussed.

Portrait Sculpture Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30pm June 8-June 29, 2011 Water-based clay All levels $180 + $35 model fee 4 sessions

Robert Lemler This four week class is designed for students just starting out, as well as those who wish to clarify their understanding of the key principles that every artist needs to know in order to improve their paintings. The weekly topics addressed in this class will include: value, color, edges, and how to create a good design. Lemler will guide you through a series of exercises that will strengthen your skills, while also enjoying the learning process. Demonstrations, individual instruction, and thoughtful discussions will enhance this useful four week course, setting the stage for you to take your paintings to the next level. Website: www.robertlemler.com

The Fundamentals of Oil Painting Thursdays, 6:30-9:30pm June 9-30, 2011 Oil All levels: Beginners welcome! $180/ 4 sessions 3


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Bill Lundquist

The Really Useful Drawing Class

All fine representational paintings have one thing in common; they are all drawn well! This drawing class will give you techniques and insights to help you become a better draughtsman. You will learn how to see errors instantly and begin to become more attuned to what your eyes are “saying” to you. If you need a better grasp on the key principles of shape, proportion, value, perspective, and design, this class is for you. Your line work will become expressive, and your drawings more exciting as the instructor leads you through exercises and demonstrations. Website: www.billlundquistart.com

Tuesdays, 1-4pm June 7- June 28, 2011 Drawing All Levels $180/ 4 sessions

Julie Gilbert Pollard

Painting the Water-COLOR Landscape from Photos

The focus of the class will be to combine the “reality” of the landscape as seen by the camera with the sentiment and passion of your own “vision.” • Learn to simplify and distill the confusing shapes to their most important components. • Use “color as value.” • Use unexpected color combinations in unpredictable ways to convey how you see AND feel about the world we live in. • Technique – including negative painting methods - will be studied also, as a necessary component to the “big picture” of landscape painting.

Tuesdays, 1-4pm June 28-August 2, 2011 Watercolor, Acrylic There will be demos, exercises, critique and lots All levels of painting time. Website: www.juliegilbertpollard.com $270/ 6 sessions 4


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Suzanne Falk In this four week class students will learn the basics for learning some of the beginning tips and tricks in starting a realistic painting. We will focus from the ground up with canvas preparation, tips on setting up an interesting still life that tells a story, and on tricks for achieving the look of feathers, fur, glass, metal, and basic skin tones, as well as how to trick the eye with rich shadows and dazzling highlights. This is a good course for beginners as well as students who have some experience but are wishing to take their paintings to the next level. Beginners will learn how to mix luminous colors and continuing students are encouraged to bring works in progress for help with design elements and any other roadblocks they need help overcoming. We will be creating in a controlled but relaxed atmosphere so as to encourage creative thinking with an emphasis that painting be fun, and not something to be afraid of! Website: www.suzannefalk.com

A Peek into the World of Realism Mondays, 6:30-9:30pm July 11-August 1, 2011 Oil, water media accepted All levels: Beginners welcome! $180/ 4 sessions

A camera will be required for at least one class.

Robert Lemler This four week class is designed for students just starting out, as well as those who wish to clarify their understanding of the key principles that every artist needs to know in order to improve their paintings. The weekly topics addressed in this class will include: value, color, edges, and how to create a good design. Lemler will guide you through a series of exercises that will strengthen your skills, while also enjoying the learning process. Demonstrations, individual instruction, and thoughtful discussions will enhance this useful course, setting the stage for you to take your paintings to the next level. Website: www.robertlemler.com

The Fundamentals of Oil Painting Wednesdays, 1-4pm July 13-August 3, 2011 Oil All levels: Beginners welcome! $180/ 4 sessions 5


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Allen Garns My old teacher, Dan McCaw, used to say that all you need for a good painting is the right shapes with the right color and the right value. Simple but powerful idea. This class will focus on those fundamentals. You will learn to see shapes, simplify values and develop a stronger color sense. Specific exercises will be combined with open painting of still life and costumed models that Painting: The Right Shape, will be valuable for painters of all levels. The the Right Color, the instructor will do some general demonstration most of the time you will be painting with Right Value but individual attention from the instructor, tailored Thursdays, 6:30-9:30pm to your needs. Pastels and oils are welcome. July 14-August 4, 2011 Website: www.allengarns.com

Oil or Pastel All Levels $180 + $35 model fee 4 sessions

Robert Lemler

Alla Prima Portrait Painting Tuesdays, 1-4pm August 9- September 13, 2011 Oil All levels (drawing experience required) $270 + $35 model fee 6 sessions 6

Working from the model, students will explore the art of painting the portrait from life. This class is primarily about painting the head in a convincing, representational manner. Initially, emphasis will be placed on shape and tonal relationships. Students will have the chance to paint a number of simple two to three tone head studies, and then we will move into color relationships. The poses will gradually lengthen over the course of the weeks, as we begin to seek orchestration of shape, value, color, and edge. The related topics of composition and pictorial design will also be addressed. Students can expect instructor demonstrations, and plenty of individual attention. This class will be helpful for those just beginning to approach the portrait, as well as experienced painters wanting to hone their existing skills. Website: www.robertlemler.com


WEEKLY

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Bill Lundquist Do you want to learn strategies for achieving a good likeness when drawing a portrait from a live model? This class is for you! Beginning students are welcome. Students with more experience will also find the techniques very helpful in solving sticky problems. You will learn how to see key shapes of the head and face that provide guideposts for placement and proportion of the features. Students will also learn techniques for “bringing their portrait to life” with little effort. The skills learned in this class will not only be helpful for portrait drawing, Portrait Drawing but for every subject, from motorcycles to poodles! Students should be prepared to be enlightened, and Mondays, 6:30pm-9:30pm have lots of fun. August 8-August 29, 2011 Website: www.billlundquistart.com Drawing

All Levels $180 +$35 model fee 4 sessions

Mission Statement The Scottsdale Artists’ School is dedicated to teaching the fundamentals of traditional art as taught by working, professional artist to students of all skill levels – aspiring novice to professional artist.

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AMATEURS SUMMER 2011/Art for Amateurs

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Art for Amateurs Art for Amateurs is a perfect introduction to art and the Scottsdale Artists’ School. This class is for those with little or no experience, but wish to nourish their passion for Art. Sample three different mediums, in three hour sessions. Cost includes painting and sculpting supplies- just bring a pencil and paper for the first session!

May 11, 18, 25, 2011 Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30pm $75/ 3 sessions May 11th: Drawing Bill Lundquist May 18th: Painting with Suzanne Falk May 25th: Sculpting with Susan Henningsen July 7, 14, 21, 2011 Thursdays, 6:30-9:30pm $75/ 3 sessions July 7: Drawing (Instructor TBD) July 14: Painting with Robert Lemler July 21: Sculpture (Instructor TBD) August 17, 24, 31, 2011 Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30pm $75/ 3 sessions August 17: Drawing with Bill Lundquist August 24: Painting (Instructor TBA) August 31: Sculpture with Jerry Cox

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PHOTOS SUMMER 2011/Photography

Alan Lowy Learn the art of hand-coloring black and white digital photographs in an old tradition. This is a new twist on the old tradition of using transparent oils over photographs, similar to those that were done in the 1900’s though the 1950’s. Learn the techniques on how to apply the pencil colors, stroke and mix colors right over the image. Learn how to bring out detail and selectively choose areas to hand color. Website: www.cavecreek-photo.com

Hand Colored Black and White Photographs

Materials: Instructor will supply images to each student. A set of (24 or 48) Prisma color soft Monday night (single class) drawing pencils (available at your local art supply June 20, 2011 store) is required. 6-9pm Students will pay a $10 lab fee directly to instructor for printed materials in this class.

Colored Pencil All levels

(no photography experience required)

$65 + $10 lab fee Class is limited to 10 students

Alan Lowy This class will be focused on lighting, metering and getting photographs to look like what you painted or sculpted with the use of studio lighting. Students will learn how to properly set up, light and take professional quality digital photographs of their two-dimensional and threedimensional artwork. Students should bring a Lighting and Photographing piece of artwork to photograph (frames ok, no glass). Students must have a digital camera Your Artwork (2D and 3D) that can be set for manual settings off program Monday night (single class) modes, a tripod, and their camera manual. August 1, 2011 Website: www.cavecreek-photo.com

6-9pm Photography Intermediate to Advanced* $90 Class is limited to 8 students

*Students MUST have an interchangeable Digital DSLR camera (no point and shoot cameras) AND have a knowledge of their camera settings to adjust aperture and shutter speeds manually and how to set them off auto-program mode. 9


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SUMMER 2011/Mini Workshops

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Joni Falk

Capturing the Light in Floral Still Life

Create stronger paintings by gaining a better understanding of how to produce and use dramatic lighting effects. Included in this workshop are ways to improve backgrounds, edges, and composition, all of which contribute to the mood of the painting and the emotional response of the viewer. Multiple still life arrangements will be provided. Falk makes it her mission to give each student as much individual attention as possible. Website: www.jonifalk.com

June 14-16, 2011 Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm Oil All levels $350/ 3 days

Robert Lemler

Alla Prima Portrait Painting June 21-23, 2011 Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm Oil or Pastel All levels* $350 + $35 model fee/ 3 days *All levels welcome, experience working from life helpful. 10

Working from the model, students will explore the art of painting the portrait. Through lecture and demonstration students will gain an understanding of the interrelated components of painting, including drawing, value, color, and edge relationship. Students will paint several monochrome studies the first day, setting the foundation for a comprehensive discussion of color beginning on the second day. Day two, students will paint two studies, one under a “cool” light source and one under a “warm” light source. Day three concludes with a day long portrait study. The principles taught in this class are basic to all mediums. Each student will receive individual attention and critique. Website: www.robertlemler.com


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MINI

SUMMER 2011/Mini Workshops

Linda Glover Gooch Students will be painting landscapes in the studio from photographs. Learn some new ideas to help you bring the excitement of plein air into the studio. This class will focus on breathing new life into your indoor work. Ideas we will explore: • What makes a good painting? • Not every small painting should be painted large. • Eliminating the clutter and turning simple into stunning. • Choosing the right photos, using studies and other studio tricks before you take off on the major piece. • Creating great studies to work from and getting the most from them. Students are encouraged to bring photos they would like to paint. The goal will be for each student to have several studies they can take home and develop into larger pieces. Don’t miss this class! Website: www.goochstudio.com

Inspired Landscape Painting June 28-30, 2011 Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm Oil All levels $350/ 3 days

Nancy Chaboun Three days of intensive painting and fun...Spend the day in the cool studio painting wonderful models or beautiful still-life set ups. This workshop will focus on what it takes to move from practice to painting, from rendering to expression. We all strive to be better artists, this class will give you some tools for that endeavor. Each day you will have your choice of a vignette with a model or a still life set up to paint. We will discuss composition, value, color and interpretation. Website: www.nancychabounfineart.com

Painting the Model and the Still Life July 12-14, 2011 Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm Oil Intermediate- Advanced $350 + $35 model fee/ 3 days 11


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SUMMER 2011/Mini Workshops

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Hedi Moran

Painting Summer Fruits and Flowers

In this three day workshop, the artist will focus on putting together an Impressionistic still life full of fresh color. Our subjects will be daisies, roses and sunflowers, paired with melons, cherries and pears. We will explore basic concepts in composition, and sources for ideas on subject matter. We will also cover the effective use of light and value in creating vivid and lively subjects.

July 19-21, 2011 Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm Oil All levels $350/ 3 days

Alan Lowy Learn the basics in understanding the dials and settings on your Digital SLR (interchangeable lens camera) Cameras used in this workshop MUST be interchangeable in lenses and able to be taken off Program or Auto mode and set manually for aperture and shutter speeds. Learn to use aperture and shutter priority and also Basic Digital SLR how the icon modes for better images. Learn about Photography metering modes, and how white balance modes July 21-22, 2011 can help get better color in your images. Learn the use of flash and filters as well as composition Thursday and Friday for more effective images.

9am-4pm Photography Learn more about making pictures as an art rather All levels than just taking snapshots. $225/ 2 days Website: www.cavecreek-photo.com

No point and shoot cameras permitted. Students must have an “interchangeable lens� digital camera.

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Joni Falk In this mini-workshop, students will learn how to use photos as “thumbnail sketches” instead of simply copying them, so that photographs become a stronger source of inspiration and imagination. Students will also learn how to create a strong composition by focusing light direction in order to emphasize the focal point and create mood. Please bring lots of photos to work from, and plan to have fun! There will be instructor demos and as much individual attention as possible. Website: www.jonifalk.com

Tiny Treasures: Landscapes in Oil August 2-4, 2011 Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm Oil All levels $350/ 3 days

Susan Henningsen How often have you wanted to try your hand at art but always felt that you needed to have some background to get started? Good news. No experience is needed to participate in this workshop, only a desire to work in clay in a figurative format. If you have experience with clay, that’s great too. This workshop is designed to be a no stress experience. With both the portrait and the figure, we will concentrate on the fundamentals, including the proportions, the features, simple constructions and the expressive composition of the sculpture. Our goal with the portrait sculpture is to learn to attain a likeness of our subject in clay.The focus of the figurative sculpture is working with a live model and building an armature. We will then work with proportions of the human body and the expressive qualities of gestures. Students may work on any or all of these offerings, using the model as our reference.

Play with Clay: Sculpting the Portrait and Figure August 23-25, 2011 Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm Water-based clay All levels $350 + $35 model fee/ 3 days 13


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Liz Kenyon The monsoon season is a uniquely exciting time of year for the Valley of the Sun. As artists, we can employ color to express the explosive wind, contrasting atmospheric hues, dynamic clouds and rustling palms. These dramatic textures and rich colors are perfect for soft pastels!

Monsoon Skies: Desert Drama in Pastel August 16-18, 2011 Tuesday through Thursday 9am-4pm Pastels All levels $350/ 3 days

We will follow a simple process using form, value contrast, and color harmony to achieve the drama of these thunderous skies. We will depict cloud formations that include blown-out colors coupled with peaceful grays and rhythmic palms that expand across the color wheel. This workshop will be open to all levels. Advanced students will be challenged and beginning students will feel comfortable with the demonstrations and personal attention. Website: www.lizkenyon.com

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DESTINATIONS SUMMER 2011/Destination Workshops

Kate Starling This week-long workshop will concentrate on the fundamentals of landscape painting while exploring the beauty of southern Utah. Starling demonstrates outdoor painting techniques required in capturing the shifting light and color of the outdoors. Working in small to mid-size format the class will paint several field studies with a focus on composition, value, color, and cohesion of the major Oil Landscapes on Location masses. A portion of the instruction will take place in Southern Utah in the studio with an emphasis on refining the field June 6-10, 2011 studies or developing a larger work.

Monday- Friday

This class is for students with current painting Oil experience but familiarity with outdoor painting is All levels not a requirement. Instructor demonstrates in oil. (some painting experience required) Website: www.kstarling.com

$660/ 5 days

Class is limited to 12 students Portable easel and transportation required Accommodations will be in Mt. Carmel, Utah. Details upon registration

John Hughes This workshop will be taught in the spectacular surroundings of the Grand Tetons, outside Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The class will include daily instructor demonstrations each morning at 9am. After the demo, students will paint until 12:30pm. At that time we will break for an extended lunch and be back for an afternoon session from 3:30pm-6:00pm. This extended break is designed to allow students to head into town and gallery hop, or take a mid day nap before returning for the good afternoon light and shadows. Each day we will visit beautiful vistas in the Grand Tetons with spots that include lakes, streams and trees. A maximum of 15 students will be able to take the class, so sign up early and reserve a spot. John has been painting in the Tetons for many years and is represented by Astoria Fine Art Gallery on Jackson’s Town Square. His works can also be viewed at his Website: www.johnhughesstudio.com

Paint in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming July 6-8, 2011 Wednesday-Friday Special hours Oil All levels (experience with color mixing required)

$350/ 3 days

Portable easel and transportation required. Accommodations will be in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Details upon registration.

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THANK YOU

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SUMMER 2011

Thank you to our wonderful partners! Arizona Art Supply Ball Consulting ltd. Comfort Suites Courtyard by Marriott Scottsdale Old Town Days Inn Downtown Scottsdale Holiday Inn Express Hotel Indigo Hotel Valley Ho Hyatt Place Hyatt Summerfield Suites The Legacy Gallery Raymar Source Tek Salt River Project Utrecht Art Supply Store

SCOTTSDALE ARTISTS’ SCHOOL

friends Support – not only financially but as Ambassadors to promote interest in Scottsdale Artists’ School. Serve – SAS in the many opportunities to volunteer. Educate – our members about traditional representational art and the Scottsdale Artists’ School. Entertain – members, staff, instructors and students with social events throughout the year.

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Arizona Commission on the Arts Boys and Girls Club of Scottsdale Cowboy Artists of America Phoenix Suns Charities Thunderbirds Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau Scottsdale Gallery Association/Art Walk Scottsdale League for the Arts Scottsdale Public Art

Membership includes one member and one guest • Thirsty

Thursday, Thursdays at 4:00 pm (October through May) • Two

Open Studio Passes

• Invitation

to special preview of artworks shown at “Beaux Arts” and “The Best and the Brightest” Juried Art Show and Sale • Listing • 10%

on the Recognition Wall

discount on retail books

• 5%

discount on one local class of your choice • Early

registration for workshops and classes

• Special

Private Receptions


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BEAUX ARTS SUMMER 2011

Saturday, November 12, 2011 SAVE THE DATE

Signature Artist

Milt Kobayashi To be added to the invitation list call the School at 480.990.1422

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SUMMER 2011

Open Studio Come join your fellow artists and practice your skills on your own during Scottsdale Artists’ School’s Open Studio sessions. Open Studio is open to the public, the school provides equipment and a model for each session, just bring your supplies. No registration is required, but space is limited to the first 15 participants.

Open Studio Hours Monday nights, 6:30-9:30 pm Single pose, portrait Wednesday nights, 6:30-9:30 pm Short pose, figure Fridays, 9 am-3 pm (hour lunch) 5 hour pose Costume and nude, varies each week NO SATURDAY OPEN STUDIOS WILL BE HELD DURING June, July or August. (The School will be closed on Saturdays over the summer) Saturday Open Studios will resume on September 10, 2011. No open studio on the following dates: Monday, July 4, 2011 and Monday, September 5, 2011.

Scholarship Guidelines At Scottsdale Artists’ School, we feel art education is extremely valuable and should be accessible to everyone. Because of that, the School offers scholarships on the basis of merit as well as financial need. Scholarship applications are reviewed periodically throughout the year, and awarded scholarships based on funding and workshop or class availability

GUIDELINES: • Students are eligible to receive one workshop scholarship and one weekly class scholarship per school year.

• School instructors are not eligible to receive scholarships.

• Submit only one application per school year.

• Faxed or incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

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POLICY

SUMMER 2011/Policy Infromation

Please read carefully! Scottsdale Artists’ School’s policies have changed.

Policy Information Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Students will receive a registration confirmation letter by mail within two (2) weeks after they register. A $15 non-refundable registration fee, full tuition and any additional fee is due at the time of registration for all mini-workshops and weekly classes. A $15 non-refundable registration fee and tuition deposit for offsite workshops. Each student will pay the registration fee only once per semester regardless of the number of workshops or classes in a given semester. Registrations: MINI- WORKSHOPS AND WEEKLY CLASSES: A registration fee, full tuition and any additional fee is due upon registration for summer 2010 workshops and weekly classes. Off-Site Workshops: Off-site workshops require a non-refundable deposit of $100 per off-site workshop submitted at the time of registration plus a $15 non-refundable registration fee. This deposit will hold your place. Approximately 45 days prior to the off-site workshop you will be invoiced for the balance which is due thirty (30) days prior to the start date. If records show a balance at this time, your credit card will be automatically charged for the current balance due unless you contact the School with other payment options. To Register: Online: Register online at www.ScottsdaleArtSchool.org By mail: Send completed registration form plus appropriate amount to Scottsdale Artists’ School, 3720 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85251. By phone: Call (800) 333-5707 or (480) 990-1422 using Discover, MasterCard or Visa. Cancellation / Transfer Policies: Cancellations must be requested in writing. To cancel your registration for a workshop or class, you may mail or fax a letter (480-990-0652) or send an email to the registrar: mwhitaker@ ScottsdaleArtSchool.org. Cancellations are not accepted over the phone. You will receive a Drop Notice by mail, once your cancellation has been processed. Scottsdale Artists’ School reserves the right to cancel or modify a workshop or class, or substitute instructors at any time. Full refunds will be issued if the School cancels a workshop or class. The School also reserves the right to require the withdrawal of any student whose conduct is deemed detrimental to the School environment. Please note: Scottsdale Artists’ School is not responsible for providing make-ups or issuing refunds, credits or transfers for days or entire workshops/classes missed as a result of illness, emergencies or other events beyond the School’s control. Scottsdale Artists’ School strongly urges all out-of-town students to buy refundable airline tickets in case of cancellations or other unforeseen changes. Call the School prior to registering if you have any questions regarding cancellation, transfer and refund policies. Workshop Cancellations: If you cancel more than thirty (30) days before the start date of a workshop published in this schedule, the School will retain your $100 deposit as a credit in your account until the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 2012. The credit may only be used as a deposit on another workshop in this schedule. If you cancel twenty-nine (29) days or less before the start date, you will forfeit your entire tuition. There are no refunds for no-shows or for withdrawals after a workshop begins. Workshop Transfers: Students who wish to transfer from one workshop to another in this schedule must do so at least thirty (30) days before the start date. No transfers are allowed after that date. Students will be charged a transfer fee of $50. Weekly Class Cancellations: If you cancel more than seven (7) days before the start date of a weekly class published in this schedule, the School will refund your tuition paid, less a $30 cancellation fee. If you cancel seven (7) days or less before the start date, you will forfeit your entire tuition. There are no refunds for no-shows or for withdrawals after a weekly class begins. Weekly Class Transfers: Students who wish to transfer from one weekly class to another in this schedule must do so at least seven (7) days before the start date. No transfers are allowed after that date. Students will be charged a transfer fee of $15. Returned Check Fee: A fee of $30 will be charged for any checks returned for non-sufficient funds. Supply Lists: Supply Lists are available online at the bottom of each workshop/class description. Supply lists will also be mailed to students with their confirmation letter, if available from the instructor. 19


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