Western Neon School of Art is a non-profit institution based in Seattle that supports the exploration of light, space, and interactive technologies.
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Western Neon School of Art admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.
Western Neon School of Art accepts students who are at least 18 years old.
The Administration Team of Western Neon School of Art is committed to providing a safe and healthful classroom environment for all staff members and students that may work, visit, or enter our grounds, facilities and classrooms. It is the policy of Western Neon School of Art to manage and conduct our school in a manner that offers maximum protection to each staff member and any other student that may be affected by our operations.
This school is responsible and will make every effort to comply with all safety and health regulations established by federal, state, and other local regulatory agencies. Western Neon School of Art will make every effort to provide a classroom environment that is free from any recognizable or potential hazards.
Western Neon School of Art recognizes that the success of our safety and health program is contingent and dependent upon support from the Administration Team as well as involvement of all staff members and cooperation from students of Western Neon School of Art.
Cancellations will be granted a full refund within thirty days of registering for a class or workshop. Any cancellation made after the thirty day deadline is not entitled to a refund.
No refunds or reschedules are available for any missed class, workshop or studio day.
Eye protection is required at all times while in the studio. Appropriate attire must be worn – no open toed shoes or flammable clothing are allowed in the WNSA studio space. Long hair must be tied back when working in the WNSA studio space.
Be mindful of your personal limitations and do not attempt any actions of maneuvers that put yourself or other students at risk for harm.
WNSA reserves the right to dismiss and evict anyone whose behavior is considered disruptive, dangerous, unacceptable or harassing to WNSA administration, staff, visitors, or students. If any student is asked to leave class or studios they will not be eligible for a refund.