Evening & Saturday
Several courses in drawing, painting and sculpture are offered in the evenings and on Saturdays during both the regular semesters and during the Summer Session. These classes can count as part of the semester for full-time enrolled students, but are also open to members of the public who do not wish to commit themselves to a full-time program. Models and instructors are present at each class and the faculty are rotated on a yearly basis.
Evening and Saturday programs offer classes in the specific disciplines the School excels in, as well as concentrated courses on aspects of one, such as watercolor or landscape painting, or figure sculpture.
Evening & Saturday Classes- SUMMER 2016
June 20 - July 25 2016; 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm (No class on July 4 in observance of the holiday)
Cost: $250 (5 weeks)
June 25 - July 23, 2016; 9:00am - 1:00 pm
There is no portfolio review to register for any Evening & Saturday Course. Interested participants should be aware that classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register early to avoid a course cancellation and to guarentee yourself a spot in the course.
- Fall & Spring Semesters: Evening & Saturday courses meet once a week for eleven weeks. The cost for the full schedule of 11 weeks is $475 for drawing and painting courses and $550 for sculpture courses (includes materials fee). Students additionally have the option of enrolling for half (5) of the classes within the course in drawing and painting for $250 and in sculpture for $300 (includes materials fee) . Classes must be taken in succession to receive this partial rate. Please note the dates when classes are not in session.
- Summer Session: Evening & Saturday courses meet once a week for five weeks. The cost is $250 for the drawing and painting course and $300 (includes materials fee) for sculpture courses. Please note the dates when classes are not in session.
Payment must be received in full prior to attending. Payments may be made by credit card, over the phone or in-person, to the Bursar, Alison Lyons Chapman. Payments can also be made by personal check, cash or by money order. Checks and money orders must be made out to New York Studio School.
Students are responsible for supplying their own materials for each class, unless otherwise noted. Materials lists are available online or by request from the School for each class.
CHANGES TO POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND FEES
The New York Studio School reserves the right to change tuition, fees, the calendar, course offerings, graduation requirements, rules, policies, and procedures as necessary. Students are provided with written notice of these changes, whenever possible, through such means as posted notices, emails, letters, or through the Student handbook. No exceptions may be made to any of the academic or academic-related policies or procedures without written authorization by the Program Coordinator. No representation by any school employee to the contrary may be considered authorized or binding. The New York Studio School reserves the right to deny enrollment to, or to expel any student whose behavior, attitude, or level of development is inconsistent with the creative environment, student growth, and harmony represented within the School.
All Evening & Saturday courses are subject to minimum enrollment. When courses are withdrawn or cancelled by the New York Studio School for any reason, students may transfer to another course or receive a full refund. The New York Studio School reserves the right to cancel any class for which there is insufficient enrollment and to withdraw or modify course offerings.
Students who register for courses are eligible to attend only that course. Courses are not interchangeable. The New York Studio School believes in consistent practice to further and expand ones artistic knowledge. If a student is dissatisfied with a course it is recommended that they contact Student Services immediately.
Students who, for any reason, find it impossible to complete the course for which they are registered should inform Student Services in writing that they wish to withdraw. Failure to complete the course does not constitute official withdrawal, nor does notification to the instructor or monitor. Lack of attendance does not entitle a student to a refund. The New York Studio School cannot be responsible for providing make-ups or issuing refunds for programs missed as a result of illness, emergencies, or other events beyond our control. Withdrawals do not necessarily entitle the student to a refund of tuition paid, or the cancellation of tuition still due.