By registering for a class at Ball Clay Studio, the student understands and agrees to the studio terms and conditions, outlined here. Ball Clay Studio reserves the right to exclude from classes anyone who fails to abide by the studio rules and practices.
Refund / Class Withdrawal Policy:
There are no exceptions to the Class Withdrawal Policy. You may withdraw from a class up to 7 days prior to the beginning of the first class without penalty. If you withdraw from the class within 7 days of the first class there is a $100 non refundable deposit. If you withdraw from the class with less than one day before the class start date no refunds will be given. To withdraw from the class, send an email to email@example.com with the subject “Class Withdrawal”. Please include your name, address and class you are withdrawing from.
Lost or Damaged Work
The Studio is not liable for damage or loss of ceramic work or personal property.
Ball Clay Studio understands that classes may be missed from time to time. We have designed our classes in a way, that a student can miss a class with out much impact to their learning experience. Each topic covered the previous week, will be covered once again the following week. We do not provide make-up classes for those missed due to student illness or other circumstances. You may not attend another class as an alternate make-up class. Your are encouraged to make up your missed time during our open studio hours.
Open Studio Hours
There is absolutely no instruction during “Open Studio Hours”. Our Open studio hours are for members and students to work in an creative peaceful environment. If you are a student who needs more instruction, our instructors will be more than happy to help you during class time. We also offer private instruction for students or members who would like to advance their ceramic skills.
Firing and Measuring Your Ceramics
Classes include a given number of firing inches outlined in the course description. Firing over your given allotment of firing inches may incur a firing fee for works fired. By signing up for a class a student agrees to measure, track and pay for all firing inches over the given allotment according to our measuring guidelines found under our Measuring for Firing page.