Monday Membership Club
£165.00 / month
This is a monthly subscription product for 12 months
10 in stock
- Pay monthly
- What kind of technical support will I get?
- Can anyone sign up?
- What’s included?
- I’m a beginner. Is membership for me?
- What else do I buy?
Our Pay Monthly contract is a 12-month contract with a two month minimum commitment period. It renews automatically until you decide to end it.
Pay Monthly contracts do not end automatically after your minimum commitment period expires. It will keep renewing automatically until you give us notice that you want to end your contract and leave the studio.
Terminating your membership
We’ll be sad to see you go – but when it’s time to say goodbye, here’s what to do:
Pay monthly contracts
If you are on a Pay Monthly contract, you will need to give us notice in writing (email) at least one month in advance of your billing cycle.
For example if your billing date is the 15th of every month and you would like to leave on 15th September, you’ll need to give us notice before 15th August.
If you decide to end your membership before you have completed your minimum commitment period you will be liable to an Early Termination fee of £50
Can I buy a membership for someone else?
Yes! Studio 9 membership and classes could make a great gift. Please just let us know the name of the recipient when you make the payment.
Why a whole month?
Jane Scott Ceramics offers monthly membership as well as 2.5 hour independent studio time rates because every piece you make goes through several steps and could take weeks to complete. You are given your own personal storage areas on-site to store your clay and work-in-progress between visits.
If you would like private tuition to learn a new process then you can book tuition from Jane Scott Ceramics mentors or technicians. This costs £90 per person for 2 hours.
Our studio assistants are on hand to pack the kilns, so you don’t need to worry about that.
Studio 9 membership is for people aged 16 and above. We cannot have younger children in the studio due to the risks inherent in using raw glaze chemicals, sharp tools, and electrical equipment.