Classes are scheduled on demand, so contact me when you're ready to start learning and I will match you up with other students whose schedules coincide.


Metalsmithing classes are normally held afternoons and evenings, but we can usually work with everyone's needs.

Once a day and time are set for your class, request a registration form.

You must be registered to reserve a spot in class; you can pay a $50 deposit or the full fee to register.



Kay Seurat Studios reserves the right to cancel classes at any time. Cancellations may be due to low enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. In the unlikely occasion that it is necessary to cancel a class, we will notify registered students by phone or email and refund/credit the full tuition amount.




Cancellation/transfer are subject to fees:


Transfers: $25 fee to change to another class


Refunds to withdraw from class:

     14 days or more notice: 50% of the tuition in credit for any other class.

      Under 14 days notice: NO REFUNDS, no credit. 

If you registered with a credit card, refunds are subject to a 3.5% processing fee per transaction. A total of 7% will be deducted for refunds applied to credit cards.


Last minute emergencies, deaths in the family, etc., will be reviewed on a case by case basis.



Q: What if I have to miss a class?
A: I understand that things may come up that prevent you from coming to one of your classes. I encourage students to dutifully check their schedule before registering for classes to prevent this from happening. 

If missing a class is unavoidable:

Email me a message as soon as possible - if I know far enough in advance I can try to coordinate with the other students to change the day or time of the class so you won't have to miss it.


Q: How do I make up a class I have missed?

A: If all else fails and you must miss a class without advance notice, I can send you the class notes to study on your own and we can schedule a make-up class for the demos and hands-on time. Fees are $15 per hour but because there is only one student it rarely takes the full 3 hours.