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BEGINNERS THROUGH ADVANCED ART AND DANCE CLASSES FOR KIDS, TEENS AND ADULTS

FALL 2011 REGISTRATION: AUGUST 17 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12 797-8260 WWW.MWPAI.ORG


REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

5 Easy Ways to Register FALL 2011 REGISTRATION: AUGUST 17 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12, 2011 797-8260 WWW.MWPAI.ORG Classes have an enrollment limit

REGISTRATION CAN BE DONE 5 WAYS: PHONE: 797-8260. Use Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover to register by phone, weekdays 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. IN PERSON: at the School of Art (Studio Building) weekdays, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. FAX: 797-9349. Use Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover to register by fax. MAIL: Complete registration form (in back of catalog) and mail to School of Art. The form must be accompanied by a check payable to MWPAI. Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover are also accepted. ONLINE: www.mwpai.org Full payment is due at the time of registration. No partial payments will be accepted. No registrations will be taken without full payment. Your Best Value in Arts Education‌ SCHOLARSHIPS A limited number of community outreach scholarships are available for deserving students with demonstrated ability. Scholarships requests for Fall 2011 must be submitted, in writing, to the Dean of the School of Art by August 30 .

Adult Studio Art Classes Drawing.................................................................................... 3 Hand Piecing and Quilting....................................................... 3 Jewelry/Metal Arts.................................................................. 4 Painting.................................................................................... 5 Photography............................................................................ 6 Pottery...................................................................................... 7 Printmaking............................................................................. 8

Kids and Teen Art Classes Kids Saturday Art Classes For Ages 4-12................................. 9 Teen Saturday Art Classes For Ages 13-17............................ 10 Portfolio Development For Grades 10, 11 and 12................. 10 Dance Classes

Kids/Teens Dance (Students to Age 19).......................... 11-13 Adult/Teen Dance............................................................ 11-13

Information, Registration and Academic Calendar...................................... 14 Registration Form.................................................................................. ...... 15


ADULT STUDIO ART CLASSES

Studio Art Classes

Registration: August 17 through September 12 • 797-8260 • www.mwpai.org *Must be 18 Years and Older to enroll in an adult art class* Begin week of September 6 * See academic calendar on page 13

FIGURE DRAWING

All Levels - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $60 Gestural drawing, contour drawing and other methods of recording the figure are the foundation of this course. A nude model will be used. Wednesday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 7 through December 14 Annette Gurdo Class limit: 20 AA101-2

DRAWING

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Beginners - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 This course begins with the basic elements of drawing – line, gesture, mark, mass, shape, value and texture – with emphasis on observation from life. Tuesday 9 a.m. to Noon September 6 through December 13 Annette Gurdo Class Limit: 20 AA101-1

COMMUNICATING THROUGH COMICS

All Levels - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 LAB FEE: $70 This course will explore the use of comics and graphic novels as communication tools. This class focuses on concept, drawing, composition and sequential logic. Tuesday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 6 through December 13 David Cahill Class Limit: 12 AA101-3

QUILTING

INTRODUCTION TO HAND AND MACHINE PIECING

All Levels - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 LAB FEE: $70 Learn simple tips and basic techniques in machine quilting and hand piecing; choosing fabric and playing with the color wheel with time saving tips in batting choices, threads, and needles. Wednesday 6 to 9 p.m. September 7 through December 14 Linda Foote Class limit: 10 AA200-1


ADULT STUDIO ART

Jewelry/Metal Arts Registration: August 17 through September 12 • 797-8260 • www.mwpai.org

BEGINNING JEWELRY

Must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $70 This course is designed for the beginning student with no previous jewelrymaking experience. Students will learn basic techniques through demonstrations and projects. Tuesday 1 to 4 p.m. September 6 through December 13 Lisa Oristian Class LImit: 15 AA106-1 Tuesday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 6 through December 13 Lisa Oristian Class LImit: 15

AA106-2

ADVANCED BEGINNING JEWELRY AND METAL ARTS

Advanced Beginners - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $70 This course is designed for students who have completed the beginning level jewelry class and are ready to learn a variety of new techniques. Prerequisite: Beginning Jewelry Wednesday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 7 through December 14 Chris Irick Class limit: 15

AA106-3

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS/ INTERMEDIATE JEWELRY AND METAL ARTS

Intermediate must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $70 This course is designed for self motivated students with intermediate level skills to create projects of their own design, continue to expand skills and get practical advice from a professional metalsmith. Technical demonstrations will depend on the needs of students for their individual projects. Prerequisites: Beginning Jewelry, Advanced Beginners Jewelry. Thursday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 8 through December 15 Chris Irick Class limit: 15

AA106-5

USING PLASTIC AND RESIN IN JEWELRY

Advanced Beginners and above - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $120 / LAB FEE: $35 This class will explore combining resin and plastic with metal, as well as making jewelry entirely of plastic. Students will learn to use liquid plastics such as epoxies and casting resins as well as acrylic sheet. Projects will allow students to learn to mix and tint epoxies and pourable casting resin, make molds for casting resins, and learn ways to incorporate resin and plastic into metal jewelry via cold connection. Students will learn to make jewelry entirely of plastic, using acrylic sheet, and learning to laminate, cut, shape and polish. Beginning jewelry/metal arts experience required. Monday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 12 through October 24 Lisa Oristian Class limit: 15

AA106-6

MIXED MATERIALS JEWELRY

COMBINED CLASS: ADVANCED BEGINNING JEWELRY AND INDEPENDENT PROJECTS / INTERMEDIATE JEWELRY

Advanced Beginners and Intermediate - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $70 ADVANCED BEGINNERS: This course is designed for students who have completed the beginning jewelry class and are ready to learn a variety of new techniques. INDEPENDENT PROJECTS / INTERMEDIATE: This course is designed for self motivated students with intermediate level skills to create projects of their own design, continue to expand skills and get practical advice from a professional metalsmith. Prerequisite: Beginning Jewelry

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Wednesday 1 to 4 p.m. September 7 through December 14 Chris Irick Class limit: 15

AA106-4

Advanced Beginners and above - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $120 / LAB FEE: $35 This class will explore ways to incorporate unusual or unexpected materials into metal jewelry. Examples are plastic, resin, epoxy, aluminum, wood, paper, fabric, leather, etc. Students are invited to bring in materials and found objects they would like to incorporate into their jewelry and class sessions will focus on design possibilities to make it work. This is a great opportunity for metals students to learn about cold connection, to explore ways to put color into their metal jewelry and to come up with ways to make their jewelry highly personal by incorporating personal artifacts into their work. Beginning jewelry/metal arts experience required. Monday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. October 31 through December 19 Lisa Oristian Class limit: 15

AA106-7


ADULT STUDIO ART

Painting

Registration: August 17 through September 12 • 797-8260 • www.mwpai.org

PAINTING TECHNIQUES FOR BEGINNERS

Beginners - must be 18 years and older TUITION: $240 This course provides a structured program designed for beginning students. Projects focusing on composition and design, color mixing and essential painting techniques will be investigated. Acrylic paints are preferred. Monday 9 a.m. to Noon September 12 through December 19 Sandra DeVisser Class limit: 15 AA102-4 Monday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 12 through December 19 Sandra DeVisser Class limit: 15

AA102-5

MULTI-LEVEL PAINTING (ACRYLIC AND OIL PAINT)

All levels – must be 18 years or older TUITION: $240 This is a hands-on class that explores painting through practical applications and experiences that relate line, form, texture, and color, while also investigating how these visual relationships relate to the artist’s intentions and the meaning of the work.

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Thursday 9 a.m. to Noon September 8 through December 15 Chris Cirillo Class limit: 15

AA102-1

LANDSCAPE PAINTING

All levels – must be 18 years or older TUITION: $240 This course will encourage students to work from various sources, including sketches, color studies and photographs in order to create landscape paintings. Watercolors, acrylics, oils and pastels may be used. Tuesday 1 to 4 p.m. September 6 through December 13 Annette Gurdo Class limit: 15

AA102-8


ADULT STUDIO ART

Photography Registration: August 17 through September 12 • 797-8260 • www.mwpai.org

BLACK AND WHITE AND COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY

All levels - must be 18 years or older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $90 This course is designed for students wishing to learn the art of traditional black and white or color photography. Students must choose to work in either black and white or color upon registration. It is required that students have a 35mm camera for the black and white and color photography courses.

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Wednesday 7 to 10 p.m. September 7 through December 14 Keith Sandman Class limit: 12

AA105-1

BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Beginners - must be 18 years or older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $70 This course is designed to help those wishing to advance their interest in the art of photography through the use of their digital camera, and the digital darkroom. It is required that students have a digital camera. Thursday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 8 through December 15 TBA Class limit: 10

AA120-1

A workshop is available to MWPAI enrolled students on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at no extra charge.


ADULT STUDIO ART

Pottery Registration: August 17 through September 12 • 797-8260 • www.mwpai.org

POTTERY

All levels – must be 18 years or older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $75 This course covers throwing and hand building techniques for beginners and experienced students. It will cover various throwing techniques, functional design and surface treatments. Advanced students may pursue projects of the own choosing with instructional guidance. Tuesday 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. September 6 through December 13 Bryan McGrath Class limit: 12

AA104-1

Wednesday 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. September 7 through December 14 Bryan McGrath Class limit: 12

AA104-2

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Nominal firing fees will be charged to all students taking pottery classes.


ADULT STUDIO ART 7

Printmaking Registration: August 17 through September 12 • 797-8260 • www.mwpai.org

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED PRINTMAKING

Intermediate/Advanced – must be 18 years or older TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $75 Students with some previous experience in printmaking will work independently on projects of their choice with assistance from the instructor. Wednesday 1 to 4 p.m. September 7 through December 14 Lisa Gregg Wightman Class limit: 12 AA103-1


Kids Art Classes KID’S ART

Registration: August 17 through September 12 • 797-8260 • www.mwpai.org

KIDS’

Ages 4-12 (age requirement is strictly followed) September 10 through December 17 The School of Art Saturday morning children’s programs are designed to introduce youngsters to art through fun and educational projects in drawing, painting, clay and sculpture media that stimulate imagination and creative expression.

ARTBOX I & II

TUITION: $220 Youngsters attend art classes for the entire morning, 9 to 11:30 a.m., providing them ample time to work on creative projects and to experience several areas of art. It also means that parents get a full Saturday morning every week to pursue their own interests. Each ArtBox class is divided into two, seven-week sessions. One group meets with the drawing/painting instructors for the first seven weeks, while the other group attends the clay/sculptural media classes. At mid-semester, the groups exchange so that all students participate in each media. (Please supply your child with a snack each day). Saturdays 9 to 11:30 a.m. September 10 through December 17 ArtBox I (Ages 6 to 8)* (must be 6 by first class) CA101-1 Team taught by Linda Foote and Lorey Zaman ArtBox II (Ages 9 to 12)* (must be 9 by first class) CA102-1 Team taught by Paula Caruana and Sarah Kilian

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Class limit: 30 *All ArtBox I and II students will meet in the School of Art Gallery for the first meeting on Saturday, September 10 at 9 a.m.

MINI MONET

(ages 4 and 5)* *Students must be 4 by September 1, 2011 TUITION: $140 Student will learn the basics in art such as cutting, pasting, shapes and colors, in a safe comfortable environment. Activities will include collage, sculpture, painting and drawing. Due to the same lesson plan each session, children may only enroll in ONE session each semester. Saturdays 9 to 10:15 a.m. September 10 through December 17 Stephanie Bevins Class limit:10 Saturdays 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. September 10 through December 17 Stephanie Bevins Class limit:10

CA099-1 CA099-2

MATERIALS Children’s Art Classes — Materials fees are included in tuition for children’s art classes. It is recommended that children bring an old shirt to wear as a smock in class.


TEENS’ ART CLASSES

Teens’ Art Classes Registration: August 17 through September 12 • 797-8260 • www.mwpai.org Age requirement is strictly followed.

YOUNG ARTISTS PAINTING/DRAWING

Ages 13 to 17 (must be 13 by first class) TUITION: $220 This class is designed specifically for teenagers who want to grow creatively and explore the visual arts. Students spend the semester with their classmates developing artistic abilities through creative instruction using various watermedia. Saturday 9 to 11:30 a.m. September 10 through December 17 Sandra DeVisser Class limit: 15 TA 101-1

PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT For Grades 10, 11 and 12

TUITION: $240 / LAB FEE: $75 This is a serious portfolio development course that will focus on building and improving drawing skills, an important criterion for art college admission. Students will work from the still life and figure (no nude models), as well as self-portrait.

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Monday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. September 12 through December 19 Al Shaw Class Limit: 15

TA 102-1


ADULT/TEEN DANCE

Dance REGISTRATION: AUGUST 17 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12, 2011 797-8260 WWW.MWPAI.ORG See Academic calendar on page 13

About the Dance Program

The School of Art provides a broad, community-based dance program with classes ranging from dance appreciation to a pre-professional curriculum. Classes for children, teens and adults are offered in ballet, jazz, tap and modern dance. A pre-ballet introduction to dance for younger students covers the basics of movement and music. Fundamentals of ballet and jazz give students the necessary foundation to begin pursuing more complicated and refined elements of dance.

What to wear and other information on line at www.mwpai.org

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Adult/Teen Dance Classes - 14 week Dance Class

Course Number

Day/Time

Tuition

Ballet - Beginning

AD501-1

Thursday 7:15-8:30 p.m.

$170

Ballet - Intermediate

AD502-1

Monday 6:45-8:15 p.m.

$180

Ballet - Intermediate

AD502-2

Wednesday 9:30-11 a.m.

$180

Ballet - Intermediate

AD502-3

Thursday 7:15-8:45 p.m.

$180

Jazz - Beginning (Ballet recommended)

AD510-1

Wednesday 7-8 p.m.

$170

NEW Jazz- Intermediate Zumba warm-up & Jazz Phrasework (Ballet recommended. No beginners)

AD520-1

Tuesday 8-9:30 p.m.

$180

Jazz - Advanced (Teacher approval. Ballet experience required.)

CD170-2

Wednesday 7-9 p.m.

$190

Tap - Beginning (Teen/Adult)

AD620-1

Wednesday 6-7 p.m.

$170

Tap - Intermediate

AD620-2

Tuesday 7-8 p.m.

$170

Tap - Advanced (By invitation only.)

CD170-3

Wednesday 6-7 p.m.

$170


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FALL 2011 REGISTRATION: AUGUST 17 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12, 2011 797-8260 WWW.MWPAI.ORG - See academic calendar on page 13 What to wear and other information on line at www.mwpai.org

Kids/Teen Dance Classes (Students to age 19) -14 week classes Dance Class

Course Number

Day/Time

Tuition

Pre-Ballet (ages 4-5) (Must be 4 by September 1, 2011)

CD098-1

Saturday 9-10 a.m.

$170

Fundamental Ballet (First grade approx.)

CD099-1

Saturday 9-10 a.m.

$170

Ballet 1 (First-Third grade approx.)

CD101-1

Monday 4-5:15 p.m.

$170

Ballet 1 (First-Third grade approx.)

CD101-2

Saturday 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

$180

Ballet 2 - 1st Year Level 2 (Second-Fifth grades approx.)

CD102-1

Saturday 10-11:30 a.m.

$180

Ballet 2 (Second-Fifth grades approx.)

CD102-2

Saturday 10-11:30 a.m.

$180

Ballet 3* (Fourth-Seventh grades approx.) (Strongly reccomended to be taken with Jazz)

CD103-1

Monday 5:15-6:45 p.m.

$180

Ballet 3* (Fourth-Seventh grades approx.) (Strongly reccomended to be taken with Jazz)

CD103-2

Saturday 1:45-3:15 p.m.

$180

Ballet 4* (Jazz required to be considered for performance)

CD104-1

Thursday 5:30-7:15 p.m.

$185

Ballet 4 (With Pointe and Repertory) *Students must take all courses offered at this level. (i.e., Ballet 3 meets twice weekly). Reminder: Students can expect to be at each level 2 to 3 years.

CD104-2

Saturday 3:15-5 p.m.

$190


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Kids/Teen Dance Classes (Students to age 19) - 14 week classes Dance Class

Course Number

Day/Time

Tuition

Ballet 5 (Jazz required for level 5)

CD105-1

Thursday 3:45-5:30 p.m.

$185

Ballet 5 (Jazz required for level 5)

CD105-2

Saturday 11:30 a.m.1:45 p.m.

$190

Ballet 6 (combined with level 5) (Jazz required for level 6)

CD106-1

Monday 6:45-8:15 p.m.

$180

Ballet 6

CD106-2

Thursday 3:45-5:30 p.m.

$185

Ballet 6

CD106-3

Saturday 11:30 a.m.1:45 p.m.

$190

Ballet 7 (Jazz required for level 7)

CD107-1

Monday 3:45-6 p.m.

$190

Ballet 7

CD107-2

Thursday 3:45-5:30 p.m.

$185

Ballet 7 Performance Repertory (5 and 6 with teacher approval)

CD107-3

Friday 3:45-6p.m.

$190

Ballet 7 (rehearsal until 5:15 if needed)

CD107-4

Saturday 1:45-4 p.m.

$190

Fundamental Jazz and Tap (minimum age 7)

CD110-1

Friday 4-5:50 p.m.

$185

Kids Jazz Level 1 and Tap

CD110-2

Tuesday 3:45-5:30 p.m.

$185

Kids Jazz Level 2 and Tap (Ballet Required)

CD120-1

Wednesday 3:45-5:45p.m.

$190

Kids Jazz Level 3 and Tap (Ballet Required)

CD130-1

Wednesday 3:45-6 p.m.

$190

Kids Jazz Level 4 and Tap (Ballet Required)

CD140-1

Tuesday 4-6:30 p.m.

$190

Jazz/Tap Performance Class for Junior Workshop (Ballet Required)

CD160-1

Tuesday 5:30-8:30 p.m.

$190

Jazz/Tap Performance Class for Senior Workshop (By invitation only, for Ballet 7)

CD170-1

Wednesday 6-8:30 p.m.

$200

Teen Jazz Beginning (Note: not performance track)

AD510-1

Wednesday 7-8 p.m.

$170

Teen Tap Beginning (Note: not performance track)

AD620-1

Wednesday 6-7 p.m.

$170


FALL 2011

Information CANCELLATION DUE TO WEATHER If classes are cancelled due to inclement weather, it will be announced on the following: TELEVISION STATIONS: WKTV, WUTR RADIO STATIONS: WIBX, WFRG, WLZW, WODZ, WOUR, KISS FM, Mix 102.5 WRCK/WKLL Please refrain from calling the School of Art, as there will be no receptionists on duty to answer the calls MUNSON-WILLIAMS-PROCTOR ARTS INSTITUTE has a policy of non-discrimination, which assures that students are accepted fairly, and without discriminatory regard for sex, race, national origin, color, religion, age or disability. Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute is a not-forprofit educational corporation, which in furtherance of its purposes and objectives, endeavors to publicize the work and achievements of its students, faculty, staff and alumni. In connection with these efforts the Institute reserves the right to release appropriate information and to take photographs, motion pictures, or videotape of students, faculty, staff and alumni, and their work, and to use and distribute these materials in any form or format in furtherance of the Institute’s purpose and objectives. MWPAI INSTRUCTORS may, with the approval of the Dean, dismiss from class or refuse enrollment to any attendee who is disruptive or uncooperative or whose skills are advanced beyond the level of instruction of a particular class or section.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR Fall 2011

Art Classes Art Classes Begin

September 6

Last Day to Register

September 12

Art Box Switch Day

October 29

No Classes

November 21-26

Art Classes End

December 19

Dance Classes Dance Classes Begin

September 6

Last Day to Register

September 12

No Classes

November 24-26 December 13-14

Technical rehersals

December 13-14

Dance Classes End

December 17

Nutcracker Performances December 16, 17, 18

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REFUNDS: Classes at the School of Art have limited enrollment so instructors have the opportunity to devote individual attention to each student. Refund policy: a full refund of tuition is granted only when the School of Art cancels a class or the Registrar receives formal notification in writing of withdrawal from a student prior to the first scheduled class meeting. Ninety percent refund of tuition is granted when formal notification is received prior to the second scheduled class meeting. Sixty percent refund of tuition is granted when formal notification is received prior to the third scheduled class meeting. If a student withdraws after the third scheduled class, no refund will be granted. Class fees cannot be prorated for students choosing not to attend all class meetings. If withdrawal is necessary, tuition cannot be applied to another semester. Lab fees are nonrefundable if withdrawal is made after 1st scheduled class. This refund policy covers withdrawals for any purpose including injury, illness or family emergencies. Refunds take four weeks to process. Refunds are issued in the form of a check, which is mailed directly to the student’s home address as recorded at the School of Art. In the case of credit card payments, refunds are applied directly to the credit card account.

Please note: This catalog must be considered as informational and not binding on the Institute. MWPAI reserves the right to make changes in the information printed in this catalog without prior notice.


FALL 2011 REGISTRATION: AUGUST 17 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12, 2011 797-8260 WWW.MWPAI.ORG

NAME: Student Name

Age (if Kids/Teen Class)

FALL 2011 REGISTRATION FORM

Name of Parent or Guardian (Kids/Teen Class)

CLASSES: Class Code

Class

Day/Time

Class Code

Class

Day/Time

Class Code

Class

Day/Time

Class Code

Class

Day/Time

MAILING ADDRESS: House Number / Street City Daytime Phone Number

State Zip Evening Phone Number

Cell Phone Number

Email Address Are you a current (with card) member of Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute?

❏ Yes ❏ No

TUITION: Total Tuition (excluding lab fees) $ Deduct Tuition Discount Here

Subtotal $ Dance Students taking 2 or more classes

Phone 797-8260 for Multiple Dance discounts

Total Lab Fees (Not included in tuition discount) + $10 Registration Fee per student ( ) @ $10 ea.

=

Total Amount Due

$

(Registration Fee is non-refundable)

❏ Check enclosed. Make check payable to: MWPAI School of Art ❏ Visa ❏ MasterCard TUITION DISCOUNT INFORMATION MWPAI members may deduct one ❏ American Express ❏ Discover 10% discount off tuition for one class Card Number Expiration Date

per semester. Two discounts maximum per Family/ Household Membership per semester when more than one family member takes a class.

If you are unsure of the total amount due, please phone the School of Art (797-8260) to confirm before mailing your registration and check.


AUGUST 17 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 12, 2011

FALL 2011 REGISTRATION:

310 Genesee Street Utica, NY 13502

310 Genesee Street Utica, NY 13502

797-8260 www.mwpai.org

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