Faq’s

Frequently Asked Questions

Before you sign up for class, check out our frequently asked questions about our classes, our mindset, and more... If you have another question that is not listed here, please send us a message to info@ameliaartstudio.com.

  • Q. How should I prepare my child for art class?

    Please make sure your child has used the restroom and has had a snack before attending class. We do not allow food in the studio for safety reasons and try to limit distractions like frequent bathroom trips. We do allow water bottles in the studio for your child to have at the station.
  • Q. What should my child wear to class?

    We say "Dress for Mess" at Amelia Art Studio, we keep the studio clean but when working with art supplies and different mediums there may be beautiful messes.
  • Q. Can I stay with my child during the art session?

    We are sensitive to children that may have separation anxiety, but we are prepared and expect these reactions from time to time. We have found that the sooner the parent leaves, the easier it is for us to get the child settled and having fun with art! Because we don't encourage parents to stay and observe (because this will distract the child from learning) we post regularly on our social channels to keep you updated!
  • Q. Do you have rules in the studio?

    We have very high expectations for our artists, so we only have three main rules which are as follows: 1. Be a good listener 2. Stay seated for safety 3. Follow directions
  • Q. How does Amelia Art Studio deal with behavior problems?

    At Amelia Art Studio we have a zero-tolerance for bullying, should we need to discipline a child for breaking our code of conduct in the studio we have a very formal way of doing so as follows: First offense - Child receives a verbal warning. Second offense - Child has art participation privileges taken away. Third offense - parent/guardian is contacted.
  • Q. Do you teach children with special needs?

    We have an "all-inclusion" model and encourage children with special needs to join our art classes. We have experience in teaching children that require IEP (Individualized Education Plan) to attend to their special learning needs. Please contact us for more information on our participation model for special students.
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