Evening course payment: To secure your place on an evening course, you’ll need to send us a £25 deposit. The balance of fees must be paid in full two weeks prior to your course start date. We’ll send you a booking form with details of the course information and payment details to help make it simple.
If we cancel a course: Kiwi Printmaking Studio reserves the right to cancel any course in the event of illness, or if not enough people enroll for a class to run. Fees paid will be fully refunded and we’ll try to give as much notice as possible before the workshop commences.
If you cancel your place on the course: To cancel your booking, you must give a minimum of 14 days notice prior to the start of the course. If you do this you’ll receive a refund for the total fee paid minus 10%.
Cancellations with less than 14 days notice of the course start date will only be entitled to this 90% refund if Kiwi Printmaking Studio is able to fill your space — if we’re unable to fill your space we regret that no refund can be given.
Parking: We have free parking on site.
What to wears: Aprons are available, but please come prepared wearing old clothes and closed toe shoes.
Lunch: If you’re attending a one-day workshop please bring a packed lunch. Free tea, coffee and cakes are available throughout the day.
Health and safety: At the start of our workshops we deliver a Health and Safety induction. You’ll be required to fill out a Health and Safety form before the workshop begins.
Materials: All materials are included in the workshop price unless otherwise stated. Additional materials can be purchased during the workshop and you’re welcome to bring along your own materials to try printing onto.
Please note: Each workshop is structured to ensure all participants feel they can take part. You’ll take home a number of printed outcomes, as set out in the workshop. We cannot accommodate large scale or quantities of printing during the workshops due to the nature and structure of the course.
Photography: Please ask permission before taking photographs and if you wish to use these for publicity. If agreed in writing by Dena O'Brien please ensure you state where the photographs were taken when you use them.Inspiration: We have lots of visual examples in the studio to help get your ideas flowing, but you’re very welcome to bring along any visual materials that inspire you. This might include newspapers, visual books, photographs, drawings, objects, fabric, patterns — in fact, anything you like the look of!