28th WANAKA AUTUMN ART SCHOOL
(Upper Clutha Community Arts Council)
24th – 28th April 2017
For this, our 28th annual school, we’re delighted to offer you an exciting programme with highly talented tutors from New Zealand, USA and Australia. Some are new to us, others are returning from previous years.
The school is based at the modern Mt Aspiring College campus with practical classes exploring the district. We look forward to a stimulating week in the stunning autumn environs of Wanaka – an opportunity for learning and exchanging ideas and techniques as well as meeting a variety of people with diverse interests.
Classes are limited so please register early to avoid disappointment. We may take bookings after the closing date, but classes may also have to be cancelled if there are insufficient numbers by that date.
Updated information on the availability of classes will be posted on our website: www.autumnartschool.net.nz . Where a class is full it is always worth contacting us to put your name on the waiting list. People do cancel and there is a chance you will get in.
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The Wanaka Autumn Art School is a not for profit activity. Surplus funds provide scholarships
for young & needy artists and the betterment of the arts in the Upper Clutha Community.
All classes, unless indicated otherwise, will run from Monday to Friday with registration from 8.30am on the first day. Normal hours are 9.30am to 4.30pm although these are flexible according to class activities.
A social hour will be held at the end of classes each day – a chance to meet participants on other courses.
On Thursday evening there will be a casual meal at the College followed by a number of our tutors discussing their work. Bookings for the meal must be made prior to the school. Please include payment with your enrolment. Friends are also very welcome. If you prefer you may attend the evening after the meal.
A Mini-market will be held following classes on Wednesday. Both tutors and participants are invited to sell their work.
See ‘Course Details’ for fees which all include G.S.T. Please note that for some courses an extra charge will be required to cover materials, models, etc. Where these charges are not included in the brochure, they will be paid to the tutor during the course.
CANCELLATION OF CLASSES:
The organisers reserve the right to cancel classes if necessary. This will be decided by March 13 and fees will be refunded in full.
If students cancel before March 13 a refund of fees paid less an administration fee of $30 will be made. Refunds will not be given for cancellation after this date except in special circumstances. All applications for refunds must be made in writing.
Lunches at a reasonable price will be available on campus. Tea and coffee will be provided each day.
A wide variety of accommodation is available in Wanaka including several backpackers’ hostels, motor camps, lodges, B & Bs, private holiday houses, motels and first class hotels. Participants are to make their own arrangements, but if you require a list of facilities, please refer to www.lakewanaka.co.nz
The status of each class will be regularly updated on this site. Please register early to avoid disappointment and facilitate planning.