Responsibility

It is the responsibility of a participant to read our terms and conditions and take note of all information provided regarding the workshop, prior to making a deposit payment.  A deposit is not refundable or transferable. Cancellation for any reason following confirmation, results in automatic loss of deposit.

For excursions and some 3-4day workshops, an itinerary, waiver form and list of inclusions is available on the workshop page for your information and may be downloaded. Participants should check these details prior to confirming a booking and making a deposit payment.

Artworkshops makes no exceptions for a participant who has not read the Terms & Conditions or the information provided on our website and workshop page.


Payment Terms

By booking a workshop you are deemed to have agreed to the terms and conditions of Artworkshops Australia.

Your place is confirmed provided there is space available in the workshop and upon receipt of a non-refundable deposit of $150 for a weekend workshop and $500 for trips or excursions.

The remaining balance must be paid by the requested date or we reserve the right to cancel your booking and your place at the workshop will be forfeited.

Payment should not be made to be placed on a wait list


Refund Terms

Payment of deposit confirms that you have read and fully understood the booking conditions. Cancellation of a booking for any reason results in automatic loss of deposit.

In the event of a participant being unable to attend a workshop where full payment has been made, Artworkshops will use it's best endeavours to replace you, provided at least 4 weeks notice is received. 

Where insufficient notice of cancellation is provided, a participant could be liable for balance of payment in respect of the workshop.

In the event of ArtWorkshops Australia cancelling and/or postponing any workshop, participants will be entitled to a full refund of monies paid to ArtWorkshops Australia.

Artworkshops Australia is not responsible for loss of monies paid for accommodation and/or flights in respect of the workshop. A participant should confirm with Artworkshops that the workshop is proceeding prior to booking flights and making travel arrangements.

It is recommended that participants take out travel insurance in the event of having to cancel a booking, due to unforeseen circumstances. The insurance policy must include cover against personal accident, medical expenses, emergency repatriation and personal liability.


Replacing an Artist

In the event the advertised artist is unable to participate in the workshop or expedition due to illness, injury or other unforeseen event, at the sole and absolute discretion of Artworkshops Australia, it may replace such artist. Artworkshops Australia will use its best endeavours to find a replacement artist with similar experience and ability.


Skill Levels

Disclaimer: It is not the responsibility of ArtWorkshops Australia to determine a participant's skill level.  This is a guide only:


Beginner – Less than 1 year artistic experience in the workshop field.

Intermediate – Between 1-5 years artistic experience in the workshop field.

Advanced – Greater than 5 years artistic experience in the workshop field.


Materials List

Where there are specific requirements for a particular workshop, a list will be available for download on workshop page.

Attendees should always bring sketchbook and choice of drawing materials to make quick studies and warm up. Paints selection in your preferred colours and odourless solvent only (with oils)

Please bring: Palettes, paints, rags, paper, bulldog clips, charcoal, selection of brushes, containers for rinsing, canvas.

Tables, Easels and boards provided


Photos and Recordings

ArtWorkshops Australia retains the right to use any photos or recordings taken during the course of the Workshop for marketing and promotional purposes. Please advise ArtWorkshops Australia prior to the workshop should you not wish to participate.