Summer Arts Program

In cooperation with the Sheridan School District, we will hold our 18th summer arts program in Sheridan. It is open to students aged 9-16 years old from Yamhill/Polk Counties. Preference will be given to returning students and new students from Amity, Sheridan, Willamina, and Grande Ronde who register before June 1.


The summer arts program consists of 8 days of 2 ½ hour morning and afternoon classes for 2 weeks. The first week will be Tuesday-Friday, June 20th-23rd and the second week will be Monday-Thursday, June 26th-29th. On the last Friday, June 30th there are no classes but rather an evening performance and exhibition starting at 5:30pm.


All classes will be held at Sheridan High School in Sheridan, OR. Bussing will be provided from Willamina and Amity to Sheridan.  Courses are taught by working artists and educators. Classes are limited to 10 students to maximize learning. Classes with low enrollment may be canceled.

This program is funded through grants, tuition, and private donations from local individuals and businesses. We welcome your support.


Daily Schedule

Bus Leaves Willamina HS at 8:35am

Arrives at Sheridan HS at 8:50am

Bus Leaves Amity HS at 8:25am

Arrives at Sheridan HS at 8:50am

Morning Session 9:00-11:30am

Lunch 11:30am-12:30pm

Afternoon Session 12:30-3pm

Bus Leaves Sheridan HS at 3:10

Arrives at Amity HS at 3:35pm

Bus Leaves Sheridan HS 3:15pm

Arrives at Willamina HS 3:30pm

The 2017 Art

Conspiracy Summer

Arts Program will be

held at Sheridan

High School. Please **NOTE** The first day of class will be held on TUESDAY June 20th, and runs through June 29th.

This change is due to McMinnville schools getting out later than usual.  There will be no Friday field trip, due to class being held on Friday.


MCM students that miss the first and or second day of the program may receive discounted admission.  1 day discount is 20$ off of standard tuition, 2 day discount is 35$ off standard tuition.



Registration information will be mailed to

2016 students May 2, 2017

and will be available online May 1, 2017

on our website here

and on our Face Book page:

Art Conspiracy West Valley.

Later that first week of May registration materials

will be available in local schools and libraries.


REGISTRATION

Always Begins May 1st


Registration is accepted “first-come, first-served”. A deposit of $25.00 is due with registration. Balance is due on June 20. No tuition refunds will be given after the final due date. Latecomers may register from 8:30 AM June 15 to 9:00 AM on June 16, at full tuition, as space allows. Classes fill quickly and usually fill by the first week of June.


Registration forms can be downloaded and printed out HERE!


Registration forms must be printed, filled out and mailed via US postal service to:


The Art Conspiracy

PO Box 283

Sheridan, OR 97378

Lunches

Through the Summer Lunch Program free lunches will be made available to Summer Arts Program participants. For student safety, we ask that all students remain on campus for lunch.


Registration

Registration is accepted “on a first come, first serve basis” with priority being given to returning students and students from Amity, Sheridan, Willamina,  and Grand Ronde. Classes fill quickly and early registration is encouraged. A deposit of $25 is due with registration. Balance is due by the first day of classes (June 20). No tuition refunds will be given after June 12. Students may register from 8:30-9am on June 20th as space allows with an additional $25 late registration fee. 


McMinnville students that may miss the first day of classes due to school scheduling conflicts please contact our program director Ann Meyer at (503) 951-3741.


Attendance

Students are expected to attend all classes (Tues-Fri, Week 1, and Mon-Thurs, Week 2) and the final Friday, June 30th Performance /Exhibition. Due to the nature and quality of the classes we offer missed days cause significant disruption to class content.    Therefore, no partial attendance will be allowed. 


Student Conduct

Students should be courteous and respectful to teachers, staff, and fellow students. Students who are disruptive to the program may be asked to leave and may jeporadize future enrollment. Financial aid students who are disruptive will not be allowed to enroll the following year.

Please wear loose, comfortable clothing that can be discarded without regret, as some classes get very messy. Short, jeans, t-shirts are advised. Electronic devices are encouraged to be left a home.