FEES AND CALENDAR

Photo: Arnaud Frich
Photo: Arnaud Frich

TARGET AUDIENCE

The activities of the workshop are open to all: children, adults, teenagers, pensioners, babies and infants accompanied by a parent; families, people on holiday, persons with disabilities …

 

Children under 3 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

 

 

Photo: Arnaud Frich
Photo: Arnaud Frich

OPEN

Open the year round

 

L'Atelier du Sardier opens for two hours at each session: the customer is free to come and go at any time within this time slot. While booking, the customer is informed about the time slot.

 

The atelier is closed on Wednesday and Sunday mornings.

 

Please feel free to let me know of any issues/requests regarding availability: I am willing to adapt.

 

 

 

 

Photo: Arnaud Frich
Photo: Arnaud Frich

FEES

SESSION

 

Full-price

From September to June: 19€

July and August: 23€

 

Any subsequent ‘family’ sessions

From September to June: 15€

July and August: 17€

 

For children under the age of 3

From September to June: 13€

July and August: 15€

 

10 SESSIONS PACK

125€

Subscription for 10 sessions, valid for 1 year from the date of the 1st session.

This isn’t confined to an individual and can be shared with family members and friends.

 

SCHOOL YEAR PACK

195€

175€ for the second member of the family.

1st session is free. Weekly sessions during the school year. No sessions during school holidays. The school year pack is confined to the nominee and valid for one person only.

Discount from January: 125€.

 

UNLIMITED ACCESS

335€, valid for 1 person only.

795€, "family pack", valid for 3 to 4 persons.

For an unlimited access to the workshop, valid for one year.

This allows you to come to the Workshop throughout the whole year, including school holidays (within opening times).

 

 

 


We accept cheques, cash and holiday vouchers.


For any special request or enquiry, please CONTACT me.

 

 

Photo: Arnaud Frich
Photo: Arnaud Frich

WHAT DO THE FEES COVER?

The prices take into account the following elements: 

  • Numerous consumables: high quality paint, paper, strings, reeds, rosin, clay, kaolin…
  • Frequent servicing of the musical instruments and visits from a piano tuner. 
  • Constant control of the room’s temperature (heating/air conditioning) to ensure optimum conditions to protect the instruments, from humidity and low/high temperatures.
  • Insurance, taxes and administration costs. We do not receive any grants or subsidies.
  • Time involved in the preparation of activities, tuning of the instruments, preparation of the clay, barbotine, paintbrushes and paint. This all has to be cleaned, tidied and stored away after the activity has ended. 
  • Investment into more musical instruments.