Six0week session beginning January 9, 2021
To support the EAC artist community while prioritizing everyone’s wellbeing, the EAC will offer Open Studios for Winter Session 1 (January 4 - February 14, 2021) with several safety precautions in place. Read more about Open Studio Winter 2021.
Students interested in registering for Open Studio will reserve for a day and time slot, which will be their assigned 3-hour time slot for the 6-week term. To support the EAC’s efforts of social distancing and reducing our capacity, please note the following:
- Only students who have previously taken an in-person class in the EAC’s department are eligible for that department’s Open Studios.
- Students cannot trade time slots with other students, but may register for additional time slots.
- If there are openings, it may be possible to prorate term if you wish to register after the first week of open studios.
- Time slots may be removed due to low or no enrollment. Registration at least 5 days before the start of the Open Studio time slot is recommended.
- The EAC will waive its refund policy if a student must miss Open Studio due to illness, but not due to other conflicts (e.g., planned vacation, appointment).
- EAC credit cannot be applied for this Open Studio offering, but can be applied for online classes or future in-person classes.
- Unmonitored access to the Jewelry Studio and equipment- available for AOS approved students only
- Total of 18 hours of weekly scheduled 3-hour time slot (15 hours for 2.5-hour time slot)
- Students pay for metal as usual
- COVID-19 cleaning fee
Your price, which appears in the box to the right, has been automatically calculated from the following levels:
- Regular Rate:
- Member Rate:
Except for the Independent Study Program, EAC membership is no longer required to take adult classes. EAC members receive a tuition discount on all adult classes, youth classes and workshops. A $75 Independent Study membership is required to participate in the Independent Study Program. The Evanston resident discount no longer applies.