After a long break, I'm happy to be back offering screen print workshops at my studio!
Following Government guidelines I have adapted the classes to manage the risk of Covid-19 as follows:
From April 12th
Bookings for children's parties are available up to 4 children. If aged 11 and under they will not be required to wear a mask.
Bookings for adults will commence for up to 4 adults from the same household or bubble. Face masks will be required.
From May 17th and depending on Government guidelines:
To help maintain social distancing, adult class sizes will be a maximum of 3 people from two households, or 4 people from one household. This will be reviewed and hopefully relaxed closer to the time.
Myself and all students above the age of 12 will be required to wear a face covering throughout the lesson, but this can be discussed depending on circumstances and based on informed personal decisions.
Sharing of equipment will be minimised where possible and each participant will have their own work area and supplies, which will be disinfected before and after each class.
The use of hand sanitiser and/or hand washing will be regularly encouraged during the session and only paper towels will be available.
Aprons are normally provided but for now it is advisable to bring your own and consider wearing clothes that you don't mind the odd splash of ink landing on.
Refreshments will not currently be provided so please bring your own bottle for drinking water etc.
Toilets are shared with the other studios at the Chocolate Factory but viral disinfectant and paper towels will be available for use.
After booking the class if you feel unwell and have any potential covid related symptoms are self isolating, please get in touch and I will be happy to postpone or cancel the class with a full refund.
From June 21st
I am hoping that mixed groups can commence again without so many limits on social distancing. Yippee!