Inspiring Creativity, Building Skills, HAVING FUN!

 

SUMMER 2017
YOUNG ARTISTS WORKSHOP 
REGISTRATION & MORE INFORMATION

WEEKLY SESSION FORMAT

Our program format allows for flexible weekly course options for busy summer schedules.  You can enroll for one week or any combination of weeks.

 

5-WEEK TRACKS

Registering for a five-week track provides the opportunity to experience a rich selection of courses while enjoying substantial savings over individual course registrations. Tracks are offered for all grade levels.

 

CLASSES

All classes are studio based and held in Moore’s BFA class spaces. Students should plan to arrive approximately 15–20 minutes before the start of class on the first day.

 

REGISTER EARLY

Class size is kept to an approximate maximum of 20 students.  Courses may fill quickly so please register early to guarantee availability. Registrations are processed on first-come, first-served basis.  Confirmation of registration is emailed after receipt of registration. 

 

REGISTRATION IS EASY

Payments are accepted by check, money order, Visa or MasterCard. Checks and money orders should be made payable to Moore College of Art & Design. Cash payments may be made in person Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm. Partial payments cannot be accepted.

 

 

Register By Mail:
Moore College of Art & Design
Office of Continuing Education
1916 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103-1179

Register By Fax: 215.965.4047
For your security, the fax machine is private.

Register By Phone:  215.965.4030
Monday through Friday: 9 am – 5 pm

Register In-Person
Monday through Friday: 9 am – 5 pm

Register Online: moore.edu/YAWHowToRegister

 

YAW AUTHORIZATION FORM

The YAW Authorization Form must be submitted prior to the first day of class or the student will not be allowed to attend class. This form will be emailed with the registration confirmation and may also be submitted through the website.

 

TUITION INFORMATION

Individual Course Tuition is $460 or $515 per week as listed with each course.

Five-Week Track Tuition is $2060, a savings of $240 - $515.  The five-week discounted rate is available only when registrations for all five courses are paid in full at the same time and without any additional discounts.

 

CLASS CHANGES AND CANCELLATIONS

Moore College of Art & Design reserves the right to cancel courses, alter its curriculum, change instructors or modify tuition and fees for its programs. Portions of this publication are subject to change without notice. Courses that do not meet minimum enrollment will be cancelled and notification of such will be by phone and/or email.  All fees and tuition will be refunded within 2 to 4 weeks for any canceled class.

 

TUITION REFUND & WITHDRAWAL POLICY

Written notification of withdrawals or course changes must be submitted to the Office of Continuing Education via email to ce@moore.edu or fax 215.965.4047. Tuition refunds are not given if a student does not withdraw in writing from the course. Tuition refunds are calculated according to the following schedule:

100% tuition refund minus $55 withdrawal fee before the first day of class

80% tuition refund minus $55 withdrawal fee before the second day of class

50% tuition refund minus $55 withdrawal fee before the third day of class

No refunds after the third class

Please allow 2 to 4 weeks for your tuition refund to be processed.

 

FACULTY

Moore’s BFA faculty, certified art educators, and practicing artists and designers teach in Young Artists Workshop. They are all dedicated and enthusiastic professionals with a professional expertise in art and education. 

 

FAMILY & FRIENDS FRIDAY

Parents, guardians and friends are invited from 3 pm – 4 pm on Fridays to meet faculty, visit classes and participate in art activities. A great opportunity to celebrate student artwork!

 

ART SUPPLIES

Art supplies are provided to students in courses for grades 1 – 8. Students in courses for grades 9 –12 are required to purchase supplies. The cost of supplies for high school classes is approximately $25 - $50. Supply lists for each class will be posted on the website a week before classes begin.

 

CODE OF CONDUCT

Students are expected to follow general behavior rules of being respectful of each other, the instructor and staff, as well as the College facility. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and Moore reserves the right to dismiss students from class. Students dismissed from the program do not receive refunds.

 

CAMPUS LOCATION

Moore’s vibrant Center City Philadelphia campus is located just off Logan Square on Benjamin Franklin Parkway.  Many classes take advantage of Moore’s location by including off-site trips to arts and cultural attractions at no additional cost. 

 

STUDENT DROP OFF AND PICK UP

Students can be dropped off in front of the College’s main entrance on Race Street between 19th and 20th Streets where they will be greeted by staff.  Students are dismissed from class and are instructed to wait in the College main lobby for pick-up.