Synthesizing the Landscape with Charles Weed – April 24 to 28, 2023
The Total Cost is €750
A Deposit of €350 is due at the time of registration.
Terms and Conditions:
- A minimum number of 7 students is needed to run the workshop.
- The maximum number of students is 14.
- The workshop will be confirmed by March 30th, 2023. We strongly recommend you do NOT make travel arrangements until the workshop is confirmed. We also strongly recommend you purchase travel insurance if you are coming from anywhere outside of Europe.
- The Deposit is non-refundable, unless the workshop is canceled on March 30th, 2023. If that happens, the Deposit will be reimbursed in full.
- The remaining €400 is due in cash on the day of the first lesson.
If you have not yet reviewed all of the details regarding the workshop, including the schedule, materials, and a message from Charles, please do so prior to registering:
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