Handmade Cobargo NSW
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Bandicoot Pottery is a small community pottery studio, we ask that you to please read and respect our studio policies. All classes are subject to availability and may be cancelled at any time, under our discretion.
When you book in for one of our weekly courses, your seat is reserved for you each week. Please make your best effort to choose a time slot that suits your schedule.
We have a strict seven-day cancellation policy for our classes and workshops. If less than seven days' notice is given, we will be unable to offer a refund, however, we are able to offer you a credit.
Please note, cancellations within 48 hours of your class will receive no refund or credit. We are a small studio, with very small, intimate classes, and it is unlikely that with less than 48 hours notice we will be able to fill your seat.
You are more than welcome to send a friend in your place. Just shoot Gabrielle an email and let us know.
If a class is missed, we will try to put you in another class. If this is not possible there will be no make-up session offered as this requires an additional time commitment for us. Please set a reminder and double-check class dates and times prior to booking. If you want to arrange an additional class it will be charged at $120 per hour.
If more than seven days’ notice is given, you are more than welcome to reschedule your class if there is another class available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request the rescheduling of your class.
STORAGE OF WORK
It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of the storage policy. We have a strict ONE MONTH storage policy because we have limited shelving and storage space. This includes all work waiting to be finished, as well as finished work waiting to be collected. If pieces are not collected within this time frame, they will be discarded. If you cannot collect your finished work within this time frame, let us know and we are happy to make alternative arrangements.
If you speak with any seasoned ceramists, they will tell you that the first rule in pottery is not to get too attached. Creating handmade ceramics is a process, and there are numerous things that can go wrong at any given point. We want you to succeed, and we will do our absolute best to get your pieces through their firing journey undamaged, however, we are human and accidents do happen.
ADDITIONAL CLAY & FIRING
We have clay for sale usually $30 for a 15 kg bag. The cost of firing depends on the size of your piece – our usual rate is $15 per kilo.
We require a minimum of 4 bookings in order to run a class. If we do not meet this minimum, we may cancel the course at any time and offer you a full refund or a credit to attend a class of the same value in the future.
Bandicoot Pottery and its employees are not liable or responsible for any accidental injury to students or any loss or damage to personal possessions.
PHOTOS & VIDEOS
Bandicoot Pottery reserves the right to take photographs and video footage during classes that may include students and to use these photographs and video footage for the purpose of advertising our classes in all media in perpetuity and without payment to students.
PLEASE INFORM OTHER PARTICIPANTS OF OUR TERMS & CONDITIONS
It is the responsibility of the person booking the class to inform other participating students of our terms and conditions.
COURSE PURCHASE AGREEMENT
By completing the purchase, you are confirming that you have read, understood and agree to our terms and conditions.