Mountain Robbins

Decorative and Wearable Art

Workshop Terms & Conditions


Mountain Robbins Art Studio does not accept liability for any loss or additional expense caused by cancellation of the workshop, or delay or interruption to travel services. Such losses or additional expenses are the responsibility of the passenger/workshop participant.

Mountain Robbins Art Studio and our instructors are not liable for injury, accident or theft resulting from participation in our workshop program. It is the participant’s responsibility to obtain information about any risks involved. Participant signature on the Liability Waiver at the time of registration verifies release of liability of the Mountain Robbins Art Studio, staff, guest instructors, volunteers, and any contractors. Any questions about workshop content, requirements or risks may be directed to our office, prior to the time of registration.


For purposes of the terms & conditions described in this document, Force Majeure shall mean a cause or event such as; war or the threat of war, riots, terrorist activity, civil strife, governmental acts, industrial disputes, labor strikes, injunctions, natural disasters, nuclear disaster, fire, or unfavorable or adverse weather conditions that is not reasonably foreseeable or otherwise caused by or under the control of Mountain Robbins Art Studio. Any delay or failure in the performance by Mountain Robbins Art Studio shall be excused if and to the extent caused by the occurrence of a Force Majeure.


Mountain Robbins Art Studio reserves the right to alter or cancel any workshop, for any reason. In the unlikely event that we need to cancel a workshop we will refund all monies paid, in full, or you have the option of receiving a credit in the amount of the workshop fee that may be applied in full to pay for a future workshop to be used within 24 months of the original workshop you are registered to participate in. Mountain Robbins Art Studio cannot be responsible for any travel expenses or non-refundable purchases, deposits, or reservations. It is recommended that you purchase trip insurance.

Notification of cancellation will be made via either a telephone call or an email to you. We cannot be responsible for voicemail messages and emails not being received in a timely matter due to your service provider(s).


All workshop withdrawal requests by the workshop participant must be in writing and received either by US mail, or email, and acknowledged by Mountain Robbins Art Studio. There are NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS POLICY, even for medical emergencies. Based on cancellation date, the following apply:

  • Greater than 31 days before the workshop start date: refund of workshop fee, less the workshop deposit.
  • Within 30 days of the start of the workshop: no refund.

No matter when you cancel, if we are able to fill your space, we will provide a 100% refund of any payments made.

Payments made for private workshops that you arrange with us are not refundable.

Refunds will be paid by the same method that the original payment was made.


We highly recommend you purchase travel insurance for your workshop and travel expenses. Many travel insurance providers offer products that do more than protect the money you invest in your trip—they protect you in unforeseen circumstances. We suggest a plan which offers coverage for medical and dental emergencies, lost baggage, missed connections, and trip cancellation should you have a medical problem that prevents you from attending. Mountain Robbins Art Studio is not responsible for cancellations due to medical emergencies or for reimbursement of non-refundable airline tickets in the event of a workshop cancellation.


Workshop registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis. All workshop pricing is in U.S. dollars. All fees may be paid with a credit card (via PayPal) or check. All fees stated are for workshop tuition only and do not include airfares, transportation, lodging, or meals unless otherwise noted.

A non-refundable deposit, the amount will be specified in the workshop information, is required at the time of your registration. Reservations for workshops cannot be held without a deposit. The balance of the workshop fee is due no later than 90 days prior to the workshop start date. Should this final payment fail to process or be received by the date specified, we reserve the right to treat the reservation as cancelled and retain the deposit. If a reservation is made 90 days or less prior to the workshop start date, then the full amount is payable at the time of reservation.


Transportation and related fees (except as noted); activities noted as optional; passport and visa expenses; baggage/accident/cancellation insurance; personal expenses, such as laundry, telephone calls, meals (unless by arrangement), alcoholic beverages; and any other items not specifically noted as included. Transportation fees are not included in your workshop unless otherwise specified or agreed upon in writing.


For an additional fee, limited, first come, first served lodging is available at the Mountain Robbins Art Studio. Please make your reservations as early as possible to ensure you have acceptable accommodations during your visit. Unless otherwise noted, lodging is a basic shared room. Upgrades to a single-occupancy room are available on a first-come, first-served basis for an additional charge, and upgrades to single-occupancy cannot be guaranteed. The bedrooms are not handicap accessible and the majority of the rooms are located on the second floor.

Lodging can be found in the surrounding areas of Sherwood and Newberg, Oregon; however, you are responsible for transportation to and from workshop.


We takes food allergies very seriously and are not equipped to handle allergic reactions. If you have specific dietary needs or allergies, booking your own accommodations off-campus is your best option so you have access to a refrigerator and cooking facilities. We cannot accommodate particular food preferences, dietary restrictions or food allergies, nor is there space to store special dietary foods, medications, or beverages. Please be advised that the workshop menu items may contain allergens such as milk (dairy products), eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat (gluten), and soybeans; and there is always a risk of cross-contact.


The type of workshops we offer requires flexibility and must allow for alternatives and/or scheduling revisions. For this reason, the workshop description must be taken as an indication of what may take place, and not as a contractual obligation.


Mountain Robbins Art Studio workshops are within the abilities of average people in good health. The workshop and lodging are currently not handicap accessible. Walking to and from the workshop requires the ability to walk on uneven surfaces.

We ask that you please contact us if you have any questions or concerns about the accessibility. By reserving a space in a workshop with a deposit, you certify that you do not knowingly have any physical or other conditions of disability that would create a risk for you or other workshop participants or workshop staff. Once your workshop payment has been made, medical circumstances will not be considered as exceptions to our cancellation policy. We assume no responsibility for medical care or for special dietary requirements.


Unless otherwise specified, the minimum age to enroll in adult classes is 18 years old. 


We reserve the right to take photographs or videos during the operation of any workshop or part thereof and to use the resulting photography in whole or in part for promotional purposes, including, but not limited to: advertising and publicity both in print and electronic media. By booking a reservation with Mountain Robbins Art Studio, participants agree to allow their images to be used in such photography; participants who prefer that their image not be used are asked to identify themselves to their tour leader at the commencement of their trip. We also reserve the right to use, in all or in part, any written reviews you may provide to us in our advertising and publicity both in print and electronic media.


The possession and use of alcohol, cannabis, illegal drugs, tobacco, and nicotine products are prohibited in the workshop and around outdoor equipment at all times. Smoking or use of vapor devices is permitted only in the designated smoking area. 

Oregon is a 420-friendly state; however, for liability reasons and to respect our non-Oregonian students, please refrain from cannabis use while on the property. 


All participants must complete and sign a release of liability form prior to participating in any classes or workshops hosted by Mountain Robbins Art Studio.


By paying the workshop deposit you are agreeing to accept all the above terms & conditions.

REVISED: August 14, 2018


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