Cancellation Policy:    If you cannot attend a workshop after registering, you are welcome to transfer your spot to a friend. Otherwise, please notify the studio within 72 hours of the event start to receive studio credit for an alternative workshop.  If the studio cancels a workshop you will be offered a refund or studio credit, your choice.

Low Registration:     If a workshop has to be canceled for low registration, the studio will send an email to notify you at least 48 hours in advance and offer you a refund or studio credit.

Registration and Payment:    All workshops and classes must be registered for and paid for in advance of the sessions.  

Food:    Each workshop includes light snacks and drinks. For longer workshops you are welcome to bring a bagged lunch. There is a refrigerator and a microwave available for your use.  The Studio is in the heart of the Cedar Lee District, with several coffee, bakery, and restaurant options.

Kids:    Most workshops are tailored to students 14 years and older unless otherwise specified.  You know your child best, and we are happy to work with you and your child when appropriate.  There are also workshops tailored specifically to younger students and those are noted as such to help you find the workshops that fit your needs and interests.

Safety:    It is a good idea to wear closed toe shoes for several of the workshops, to avoid injuring a toe if a cutting tool is accidentally dropped from a work table.  Some workshops will include paints, stains, and other art chemicals, which may bother sensitive students and/or stain skin temporarily and clothes more permanently.  Additionally, we will use needles, scissors, rotary cutters, craft blades, hammers and various other implements of destruction.

Social Media:  Participation in and/or attendance at classes, workshops and events with Studio How-To implies permission to be captured in photos to be used for social media presentation.  Any opt-out of this policy, must be communicated to Studio How-To in writing prior to start of the event.

Original art work, designs, patterns:   The artistic work, designs, methods, and patterns shared and taught during any class, workshop or event are the express property of the individual, instructor, artist presenting and must not be copied, sold, or shared without express written permission from the instructor.  The original artistic creations of the students in any class, workshop, or event are the sole property of the student that created the work, and shall not be copied, sold, or used beyond sharing images on social media without permission from student.

Agreement to Terms:    Registration and payment for events is evidence of your agreement to the terms and conditions for attending courses at Studio How-To.  Registering for a specific workshop, class or other event with Studio How-To shows your agreement to abide by safety rules and other requirements as outlined in your specific workshop or event.