Workshop Guidelines

Unless indicated our workshops are held in Bundoora Park at the old Police Stables, the building on the right of this photograph.

Entrance gate to Stables

mould-stripThe following rules will apply to the management and running of PoV organised workshops with the aim of ensuring that workshops are self-supporting.

  • These rules may be amended from time to time by the PoV Committee and will be advised to members in the Deckle Edge.
  • Workshops will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
  • Registrations will close when the maximum number of participants is reached, or by the advertised closing date, whichever occurs first.
  • A place will be secured when full payment has been received.
  • Waiting lists will be kept for each workshop in case a place opens up.
  • Electronic funds transfer is the preferred method of payment and is the quickest way to register for a workshop. This can be done either online or at your bank. Details on the workshop application form.
  • Workshop fee will be $80 for members / $120 for non-members for one day workshops, $160 / $240 for two day workshops. Higher fees for longer or more complex workshops will be advertised.
  • If a workshop is cancelled by PoV a full refund of fees paid will be made. If a participant withdraws their registration after the advertised closing date, there will be no refund unless a replacement can be found.
  • A materials fee payable to the tutor may also apply, depending on the workshop, and will be advertised in the Deckle Edge and on the PoV website.
  • The minimum number of participants will be set to ensure the workshop is self-supporting, and will cover the cost of the tutor fee and any other costs associated with running the workshop.
  • The maximum number of participants is determined by the tutor, venue and workshop activity.

Revised November 2018