Terms & Conditions
Attending a Workshop
Please note, once you have RSVP'd or confirmed your space at a workshop/class/online course you are agreeing to comply with the Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) set out below and will be incorporated into a contract (“Contract”) between us.
Any other person attending a JaneWharton Art workshop/class in person with you shall also be bound to comply with the terms outlined below.
Refunds of workshops/classes/online courses will only be given if:
The workshop/class/online course is cancelled or rescheduled due to teacher illness or insufficient attendees. Minimum attendees are required for the workshops/classes.
Should a workshop/class be cancelled due to the above reasons, all confirmed participants will be contacted with an alternative workshop/class date. Should you be unable to attend the amended date, a full refund will be given.
Workshop/class fees are non-refundable 21 days before the workshop/class.
Jane Wharton Art does not accept responsibility for changes to participants’ personal circumstances which lead to participants non-attendance, nor can they accept ‘change of mind’ or ‘postponements due to Government restrictions’ (government restrictions including (but not limited to) national and worldwide pandemics).
If a workshop/class is postponed due to health and safety concerns created by unexpected and extreme circumstances such as unforeseen and unusual weather conditions (such as fire) or pandemic conditions, a refund will be given. If a workshop/class is postponed due to a pandemic, or unforeseen and unusual weather conditions (whether through Government restrictions or concerns about attendee’s health and safety) tickets will remain valid and will not be cancelled but will be rescheduled when it is safe to do so. If a future date is set and you cannot attend, a refund will be given.
Please be advised it is the participants responsibility to remember to attend a workshop/class. Should participants forget their workshop date, tickets are non-refundable.
Refunds and Cancellations – Private Workshop/Class
All private workshop/classes and parties require a non-refundable 50% upfront deposit. The remainder payment is required 14 days before the workshop date.
Cancellation of the workshop/class must be provided to Jane Wharton Art as soon as possible to avoid cancellation fees.
Workshops/classes will be postponed if government restrictions (including (but not limited to) pandemics and unforeseen and unusual weather conditions) are implemented. A refund will be at the discretion of Jane Wharton Art. Tickets will remain valid and workshops/classes will be rescheduled when it is safe to do so, or credits provided for future workshops.
Limitations or Liability
Whilst every reasonable precaution is taken to ensure security and safety whilst attending, Jane Wharton Art shall not in any way be liable for any loss or damage suffered by you whatsoever in relation to the workshop/class.
Our total liability for any matter arising out of the Contract shall in all circumstances be limited to the price paid by you for the Workshop and we shall not in any circumstances be liable to you for any consequential loss whatsoever.
It is always your responsibility to keep all personal belongings with you. Jane Wharton Art accepts no liability for any damage to, loss of or theft of any of your belongings or other items brought with you during attendance at a workshop/class.
Photography and Video
Photographs and videos may be taken for marketing purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, please let us know before the workshop/class begins. Photography and/or video’s may be used to promote further programs on Jane Wharton Art’s social media channels, marketing materials and website.