QUESTION: Does Scottsdale Artists' School sell art supplies?
ANSWER: The school has a small retail area and sells art books and a limited amount of art supplies including oil-primed panels, turp, some paintbrushes, paint, aprons, and other materials.
QUESTION: What is the School's cancellation policy?
ANSWER: Cancellations must be in writing and sent to the registrar by letter, email or fax at least thirty days prior to the start of a workshop or seven days prior to the start of a weekly class. For workshop cancellations, your $100 deposit will be held as a credit to be used as a deposit on another workshop in the current year.
QUESTION: Is the School equipped with Wi-Fi?
ANSWER: Yes, feel free to bring your laptops for free online access in the building.
QUESTION: Is Scottsdale Artists' School equipped for disabled students?
ANSWER: The school is wheelchair accessible. All studios, restrooms and public areas can accommodate people with disabilities.
QUESTION: Is Scottsdale Artists' School an accredited art school?
ANSWER: No, students do not earn credits toward a degree through our program.
QUESTION: Do I need to bring my own easel to class?
ANSWER: The school provides easels, drawing horses, tabourets, and sculpture stands. However, if you are enrolled in a plein air class, a portable easel will be required.
QUESTION: What supplies will I need for my class/workshop?
ANSWER: A detailed supply list will be mailed to registered students. Supply lists are also available on-line as a part of the course overview on the registration page.
QUESTION: Is there an art store nearby?
ANSWER: Yes. Two of them, Utrecht and Arizona Art Supply both deliver to the School. (When placing orders with Utrecht, be sure to use the School discount code 89101!) If you wish to purchase sculpting supplies from Ball Consulting, be sure to request to have materials delivered to the school on the first day of your workshop. For all art store contact information, check the resources section of our website (School Info/Useful Links/Resources).