Classes will be in session at level 2. Stay at home if you are sick. If in doubt seek advice from Healthline. symptoms of the virus
Everyone must sign in using either the Covid 19 app on the front door
or use the manual sign in register on the podium in the foyer. All
students will create their masterpieces one metre apart. The kitchen
will be closed therefore please bring your own waterbottle or choice of
beverage. Wash your hands and help us keep surfaces clean. Face
coverings are optional. protect yourself and others.
Inverlochy Art School offers you a fabulous range of highest quality part time art classes taught by carefully selected practicing artist and artisans. The emphasis is on learning technique and mastering skills in each medium; very hands-on and experiential. Our courses are designed for all levels of ability and are taught in a friendly and informal environment. We have a maximum of 12 students per class, giving you the best possible tutor/student ratio.
Please Note: Most classes need a minimum number of 5 people to run, on occasions a class may run with fewer students at the discretion of the tutor/management.
How do I enrol in a class?
View the range of courses on our Courses page. Click the View Details button to see the full details of a course. Take note of the course name and code. Click book now and complete the online booking form. Alternatively you can book by email: [email protected] or phone 04 939 2177.
Do I need to bring anything?
For the most part courses include the use of tools, equipment, materials and the provision of models where applicable. Students are encouraged to bring any appropriate equipment they may have, and for some classes may need to supply some of their own materials and wear appropriate clothing. Please read the course details carefully.
You will help support our non-profit organization by becoming a donor member. Find out more here.
Friends of Inverlochy House
Inverlochy House is a Grade 2 listed building. Inverlochy Art School have been allowed use of the building by a trust, however all maintenance and upkeep is the responsibility of the school. Any donations, grants and other gratuities are gratefully received. Find out more here.
Use of work/images for Publicity
On occasions we need to use images of work and students in class situations for our publicity. On signing up for a course at Inverlochy you agree that we are able to use these images however you will retain copyright of all original work you create. If you would not like any images used please let your tutor and or manger know. Where possible we will include credits.
Certificate of Attendance
Participants who attend courses will be issued with an Inverlochy Art School Certificate of Attendance on request.
Loss and Damage
Inverlochy accepts no responsibility for items that are lost or damaged on the premises, whether they are personal belongings or works of art. All artwork left after a course will be kept for one week unless prior arrangements have been made.
Cars and Parking
There are some car parks available for student use, directly in front of and next to the school up the drive. Inverlochy is unusual and fortunate to have sufficient space for parking, however, we are not responsible for supplying free parking to students, should there be no spaces left. Inverlochy accepts no responsibility for damage to vehicles while parked on the property.
Mailing List and Email Policy
If you make an inquiry or join one of our courses we add you to our mailing list. We are a not-for-profit incorporated society and are required to keep a list of our members (a dollar membership is part of our fee structure and paid when you join a course or use our facilities). You will then receive emails reminding you of our term times and the courses available. You can also request to be added to our mailing list. We do not sell or allow our mailing list to be used by a third party; your details remain confidential.
Many people donate time and energy to ensure the school is a successful and great place to learn and practice art. Inverlochy would especially like to thank the committee, and all those members and friends who give us so much support. We would also like to thank the people who attend our classes and the fantastic tutors for helping make our school such a great place. We also appreciate our sponsors who support us in various ways.
Jeanne Lady Williams