When it comes to our children we know how the summer break can be both a family highlight of a busy year and yet another layer of planning and expense to be consolidated into our calendars and budget. This is why we are running two programs of differing duration and cost and why there is a 30% discount for any sibling attending a course. We have scheduled the dates as we feel these dates will give families a chance to holiday and students some remaining break before returning to their normal school studies. If you have any other ideas of how to make the program even more user friendly please do get in touch.
Payment / Enrolment
A deposit of 4 million is required to secure a place on a course. This can be paid directly to us in the studio, online via paypal or in Joma cafe To Ngoc Van. Just ask for an enrolment form for the Work Room Four Summer Art Classes and a receipt of deposit. Please complete the enrolment forms and return to us or drop off at the cafe where you paid your deposit. We will then be in touch with information and an activity pack for your child.
Joma branches participating
54 To Ngoc Van, Tây Hồ,
Things change and family life is full of surprises. We understand this but also have to manage enrolment numbers, commit to paying our staff and the procurement of materials.
April 24th - full refund
May 24th - 50% refund
Cancelations later than May 24th recieve no refund. However we do not want you to lose money and would look at other workshops we run to see if we can come to an arrangement acceptable to both parties.
One-week program 15th June – 19th June 2015
7 Million VND (siblings 5 Million)
Two-week program 15 June – 26th June 2015
11.5 Million VND (siblings 8 million)
There is a deposit of 4 million VND to secure a place on either course applicable to each child enrolled.
Hidden costs and fees irritate us a little bit. The price should be the cost. Inclusive of... well, everything we say we will deliver.
Exhibition of student work. Saturday 27th June 4 - 6pm
We will hold a week-long public exhibition of student work from both programs that is curated and installed by the two-week program students. The exhibition will start with an opening and summer school celebration held in our gallery space with refreshments and short presentations from teachers and students for families, friends, and friends of Work Room Four. Please put this date into your diary; even if you do not enroll your child you would be welcome to come see what the students achieved.