Privacy and Protection Policy
All classes are held at the Weaving Hand space at 630 Flushing Avenue, 7th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11206.
By enrolling for a class please note that you agree to our organization's policy and regulations. For any additional questions, comments or concerns please feel free to contact us. Weaving Hand reserves the right to refuse service and to charge students for damaged property.
Weaving Hand does not supply patrons with media release forms, except for minors. By accepting our policies at registration, you give Weaving Hand the right to use images of you and your work, for publicity, promotional and marketing materials. Names will not be used in any of our materials, unless your permission was given in advance. If you are against having your image and your work used, please let us know in writing for our records.
Advanced registration is required for all classes. If you would prefer to enroll by phone rather than through our website, please call 718.855.5666. Students must pay in full before the first day of the registered class or enrollment will not be considered. Classes will start and end promptly. Please arrive no more than 10 minutes before class. Cleanup will begin 15 minutes before class is scheduled to end. No exceptions.
RETURN CHECK FEE
$35 will be charged for any returned checks. The fee must be paid in cash within one week from the time the owner of the account is notified.
MAKE-UP CLASS AND ABSENCES
Make–up classes can only be arranged when a student calls Weaving Hand regarding their absence by 2pm the day before the class. No credit or make-up class will be permitted if you do not give notice of absence by 2 pm the day prior to your class. There will be no credit given for a missed class or no show.
CANCELLATION AND CREDITS
If Weaving Hand cancels a class, you will be notified as soon as possible and the class will be rescheduled for a mutually convenient time. In case of bad weather or emergencies Weaving Hand may be closed without notice.
While there are no refunds for classes, Weaving Hand will issue credit toward a future class if you're unable or no longer wish to attend a class you have already paid for. Requests for credit must be done via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOST AND FOUND
Weaving Hand is not responsible for any patron’s lost or damaged projects or personal items.
All material fees are included in the class price unless noted otherwise. Please read the class description carefully. Material fees cover a wide variety of yarns and a limited choice of warp yarns. Select warp yarns can be purchased by the yard as well as select weft yarns, which are sold in skeins or balls. See price list at Weaving Hand's studio. Patrons participating in a class must use Weaving Hand's yarns due to the material’s fee inclusion in the class price. Exceptions are only made for patrons who are Open Studio attendants.
Weaving Hand will hold your ongoing project in the studio during the duration of your class. Any non-progressing or unfinished work left at Weaving Hand's facilities for more than 14 days will be cut off the loom. The weaver will be notified through email or a phone call to pick up the project. Any unfinished projects held at Weaving Hand for more than seven days after being cut off the loom will become property of Weaving Hand unless prior arrangements have been made and an addition fee of $1 a day is paid for storage. Material Fee will still be charged.
Adults may not accompany children in the weaving class, the summer camp or after school program unless they have arranged to take a class at the same time as their child. In the case of disruptive behavior(s) by a child, Weaving Hand will notify a parent/guardian by telephone. If the behavior persists Weaving Hand will meet with the parent or guardian and discuss withdrawing the child from their class. Refunds or credit will not be given for a child’s withdrawal from a class due to disruptive behavior. Disruptive adult patrons will be asked to leave the the premises and/or withdrawal from the class if the disruptive behavior persists. Refunds or credit will not be given.
EATING AND CELL PHONE USE
Small snacks and drinks are permitted at Weaving Hand only in designated areas and not near the looms or weaving projects. No large or messy meals are allowed at Weaving Hand. The center's patron’s space must be cleaned and cleared of food and drinks at the end of class. Cell phones must be put on silent or vibrated during the duration of the class to be courteous to the instructor and fellow weavers. All calls must be made or taken outside of the studio to maintain respect for everyone using the studio.
PETS AND BABIES
No pets allowed. No exceptions. Adults taking a weaving class are discouraged from bringing small children under the age of five. Children of adult patrons ages 5 and up must be registered for a weaving class if the child is in the studio with their parent. Weaving Hand is not responsible for any children not enrolled in a class or any accidents involving our equipments. Patrons will be asked to leave if their young child is disruptive to the class or to other studio patrons.
Weaving Hand provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Weaving Hand complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Weaving Hand expressly prohibits any form of unlawful employee harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Weaving Hand's employees to perform their expected job duties is absolutely not tolerated.
Conduct and Anti-Harassment
Weaving Hand is committed to a creative environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. All individuals have the right to work and create in an environment that is free of discriminatory practices and behavior, including harassment. Harassment includes hostile or abusive conduct based on race, color, religion, sex (whether or not of a sexual nature), sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or retaliation, even if the conduct has not risen to the level of illegality. This applies to individuals beyond Weaving Hand employees, including contractors, volunteers, interns, students, patrons, and visitors.
Adults may not accompany children in weaving classes, summer camp or after school programs unless they have arranged to take a class at the same time as their child. In the case of disruptive behavior(s) by a child, Weaving Hand will notify a parent/guardian by telephone. If the behavior persists, Weaving Hand will meet with the parent or guardian and discuss withdrawing the child from their class. Refunds or credit will not be given for a child’s withdrawal from a class due to disruptive behavior. Disruptive adult patrons will be asked to leave the premises and/or withdrawal from the class if the disruptive behavior persists. Refunds or credit will not be given.
Terms of Sales
All artwork on exhibit is for sale. Buyers will remit payment to Weaving Hand at the time of purchase and may pick up their purchase the day after the last day of the show. The latest a piece maybe picked up is five days after the end of an exhibition. Weaving Hand will take a commission from all sales.