Snow Farm is a nonprofit organization and we keep our prices as low as possible while offering high value. We implemented a new pricing structure for 2018 workshops; you can read more about the changes in this letter from Executve Director Mary Jo Murphy.
The cost of a workshop includes tuition, lunch, and open studio hours!
Most workshops require an additional supply fee or kit fee. Supply fees cover materials needed for the specific class and are payable at the time of registration. Kit fees can include materials and/or tools and are payable to the instructor during the workshop. Some classes require both a supply fee and kit fee. Most instructors will also ask that students bring a few additional items with them to the class.
A note about jewelry classes: we provide brass, copper, and bronze. Students who wish to work in silver should bring their own. Also, stones for jewelry are not provided.
Housing & Meals
Non-residential students can add breakfast ($12) and dinner ($18) on any day by arrangment with the on-site coordinator during the workshop.
Friday nights are special at Snow Farm. The week concludes with an exhibit of student work, a pre-dinner reception, a special meal, and a benefit auction that includes work made by students and instructors and Snow Farm gift certificates. All students are welcome to invite guests to this end-of-week celebration and non-residential students may wish to plan on staying late that night. The additional cost for dinner is $18 per person.
Once per year, there is a non-refundable $25 registration fee - except in December! Register early and save $25.
We hope that when you sign up for a workshop, your plans are firm and all goes smoothly for your arrival at Snow Farm. However, we understand that sometimes plans must change. If you need to cancel your workshop more than 30 days from the start date, you will receive a refund, less a $75 cancellation fee and the non-refundable $25 registration fee. No refunds will be giving less than 30 days from the start of the class for cancellations, a missed class, late arrival or early departure for any reason. Occasionally, a class does not meet the minimum enrollment to run, and Snow Farm will need to cancel. In that case, students can choose to take a different workshop or receive a full refund. We notify students about low enrollment about a month before the start date of the class. If your travel plans include airfare or other non-refundable expenses, please check with us about the status your workshop before you finalize your purchases.