Studio Art Classes

COVID-19 Restrictions for Classes: Everyone entering the museum and attending a class will wear a mask. If you do not have one we will provide one, free of charge. All in-person classes have a limit of 10 participants. When a class fills a new one will be created, we will not be going above 10 participants per class at this time. Participants will be spaced at least 6 ft. apart in the studio. Supplies will be set out for each person and not shared with others. We encourage all class registrations to be done over the phone by calling 641-421-3666.

Please register for classes early to avoid disappointment!
This is very important – most classes have a minimum and maximum class attendance number. Once the maximum number has been reached the class is FULL and no one else can register. If the minimum number is not reached by two business days before the class date, the class will be cancelled.

Please  remember to silence your cell phones and refrain from taking calls and texting while attending these classes. Thank you!

Weather Policy: Both Adult and Youth Classes will be postponed when Mason City Schools
cancel class due to inclement weather.
Watch the “closings” list on KIMT in case the Museum is closed.

As of September 1, 2015 we will no longer offer pro-rated pricing for multiple-day classes if you cannot attend every day. Everyone will need to pay the full price. We want to encourage everyone to attend all scheduled class sessions as most projects in these classes take multiple days to complete. Missing classes may result in not being able to participate in scheduled projects as well as unfinished projects. Please call 641-421-3666 with questions.

*Please note: CLASS CREDIT REQUESTS will be honored if the request occurs ONE WEEK PRIOR to the first meeting of the class. 

Education credits issued due to cancelled classes, or withdrawing from registration must be used within 12 months of class-date.  Any education credit not used within 12 months is considered a donation to the general fund of the museum.

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