Registering for a class at the Dunedin Fine Art Center is quick and easy and can be done online, in person, by telephone, fax or even email!
Visit our website at www.dfac.org and click on ‘Take A Class’ for our Adult Classes, Youth Classes and Workshop offerings. Choose the class category, find your class, choose a class schedule, and add the class to your cart.
You may submit a completed registration form and payment to the Dunedin Fine Art Center during regular business hours:
|Monday – Friday||10 a.m. – 5 p.m.|
|Saturday||10 a.m. – 2 p.m.|
|Sunday||1 p.m. – 4 p.m.|
Please call us at 727.298.3322, during our business hours. Please have your credit card number ready.
Please send a completed registration form, including Visa®, Master Card®, Discover® or American Express® payment information to the Dunedin Fine Art Center at 727.298.3326.
Download a registration form from our website at www.dfac.org or fill out the form in the back of the Dunedin Fine Art Center catalog. Complete the form and send it, with payment to: Dunedin Fine Art Center, 1143 Michigan Blvd., Dunedin, FL, 34698.
There is a $25 non-refundable registration fee for all courses. Registrations must be accompanied by a completed registration form and payment. Enrollment is limited and spaces are filled on a “first-paid, first-served” basis. Students are responsible for obtaining and providing materials for classes unless otherwise indicated. Materials lists for all classes and workshops will be posted online at www.dfac.org or available at DFAC upon request for those without computer access. If you have any questions or comments about classes and instructors, please contact the Education Department at 727-298-3322.
Cancellations, Refunds & Transfers
The Dunedin Fine Art Center reserves the right to cancel any class due to low enrollment without incurring obligations. If a class is cancelled, you may transfer to another class or request a full tuition refund. Either a transfer or a refund must be requested within that session. Failure to request either a transfer or refund within the session will result in the loss of that tuition. If a class does not meet the minimum enrollment prior to the start date, it may be cancelled, so please register early!
Class withdrawals must be requested by 5:00pm on the Friday before the Class Session begins. With proper notification to the Education Department, a refund minus the $25 registration fee will be issued. Students withdrawing during the first or second week of class will be issued a refund less the instructor’s compensation and the $25 registration fee. Withdrawals after the second week of the class session are not eligible for a refund.
Visiting Artist Workshops will have varying withdrawal deadlines. Please refer to the specific workshop description for the deadline. Withdrawals made before the specified deadline will receive a refund minus the $25 non-refundable registration fee.
Regular workshop withdrawals must be requested one week before the workshop begins. With proper notification to the Education Department, a refund minus the $25 registration fee will be issued. Students withdrawing during the week prior to the workshop may receive a partial refund. Withdrawals on the day of the workshop will not receive a refund.
Food Arts Classes will not be refunded within 48 hours of the class date. Withdrawals with 48 hours notice will be refunded minus a $10 non-refundable registration fee.
Pro-rating will only apply to students registering for three or less remaining classes. A $25 administration fee will apply.
Students attempting to register on, or after, the first day of classes are subject to a $10 Walk-In Fee. This fee is intended to encourage students to register in advance of the start of class thereby allowing the Art Center to plan classroom space and materials appropriately. In the case of a class that has reached maximum registration, Walk-In Students will NOT be allowed to register or participate. Please avoid disappointment and register early for your classes.
Workshops are offered for those who are unable to commit to a weekly class. They are typically offered on a ½ day, full day, 2-day or weeklong basis. Tuition covers the cost of instruction for a specified date or dates.
Emergency closing may occur in the event of severe weather conditions.
Make-up classes will be scheduled if a Dunedin Fine Art Center instructor cancels a class. If a student is unable to attend class for any reason, the Dunedin Fine Art Center is not responsible for providing any additional make-up class or refund.
The Dunedin Fine Art Center is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 community arts organization and we welcome students of all creeds and ethnic origins. Donations are accepted and welcome! The Dunedin Fine Art Center is ADA compliant.