We're sorry, but this program is over. The last meeting was Monday, November 13, 2023.This class is for students who have prior experience with watercolor and want to continue to explore and refine their techniques while pushing their work forward in a fun, collaborative environment.
To register, students must either have taken a beginning watercolor class at the Art Center in the last 3 years OR have a proficient understanding of:
- The color wheel and basic color theory
- Basic washes; flat, graded, variegated, and wet on wet.
- Basic resist, lift off, and texture techniques.
- Glazing (applying thin, transparent layers one at a time, letting each one dry before adding another layer).
All participants must be 18 or older
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The A2AC is a 501c3 non-profit organization.
We recognize many students have plans that may change and sometimes life events occur. Please read through our cancellation and student absence policy.
Non-Refundable Deposit10% of tuition for classes and workshops is considered a non-refundable deposit.
Refund Policy for Classes & WorkshopsTo request a withdrawal, students must contact the Education Department by e-mail or phone: email@example.com | 734-926-4131
Cancellations UP TO 5 days before the start of a class or workshop:A full refund will be issued minus the 10% non-refundable deposit.
Cancellations WITHIN 5 days before the start of a class or workshop:No refunds will be issued for any reason, including illness.
*Refunds may take up to 30 days to process.
Student AbsencesFor the best experience, we encourage students to attend class on time and regularly.We do not provide make-up classes or additional instruction outside of class.
We do not pro-rate, or provide refunds for missed classes for any reason, including illness.
Waitlist PolicyFor those who have joined a waitlist for a class: If space becomes available in a given class, we will e-mail a registration link to EVERYONE who is on that waitlist and the first person to register will receive the space.
If you you receive a notification that a space has come available and click on the registration link and the class is already full, this means someone else on the waitlist already registered for the space and there are no additional spaces available. If another space opens, we will repeat the process.
Vaccinations and masks are encouraged, but not required for students attending classes. The A2AC reserves the right to update this policy at any time during the term in response to changing circumstances.
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Studio 201 at Ann Arbor Art Center