IMPORTANT! Studio Covid-19 Policy


Drop off/Pick up (to be performed daily)
Pick up/drop off is done outside

Students will wait in their vehicle until we call them up one at a time to take temperature before entering the studio.
Parents, we ask you to take a preliminary temperature (if possible) before arriving at the studio.
To provide a safe environment, prior to entering the studio all students will have their temperature taken and parents will be required to respond to a short list of questions regarding COVID-19.
Temperature of 100.3 or higher is deemed unsafe to attend camp.
No parents will be permitted to enter studio.


Face Coverings will be worn indoors by all staff and students.


Hand washing will be required upon entry and frequently throughout the sessions.
Hand washing will be heavily monitored/encouraged.
Employees will disinfect and sanitize surfaces before, during & after sessions.
Full day students will be moved to a separate area, while the studio is being disinfected between morning and afternoon sessions.


Classes will be limited to a maximum of 12-13 students (ages 6-12).
No parents can enter studio.

Food and Snacks

Only students staying for full day may bring their lunch into the studio.
Half day students are permitted to bring snacks into the studio.
All food brought into the studio must be in a disposable container or bag, of the Ziploc style (see through).
No containers will be permitted to return home.

Personal Space & Materials

There will be three students seated at each table to enable social distancing.
Students are not permitted to physically touch any other students, except for siblings.
Each student will purchase their own set of materials, that we deemed unable to be properly sanitized. (these materials must be purchased from Art in the Pod)
Sharing of materials will only be permitted between siblings, although we highly recommend each student purchases their own set of materials.
No materials will be permitted to be brought into the studio.
Students attending multiple sessions are required to purchase a new set of materials for each additional session.
All purchased materials and art works will be sent home at the end of the session.


We will be taking each students temperature along with a short list of questions regarding Covid-19.
Temperature of 100.3 or higher is deemed unsafe to attend class.
Students with any type of illness will also be deemed unsafe to attend class. (e.g. Cough, Runny Nose, any visible cold symptoms, etc...)
Students with illness presenting during class time will be brought into the office while they await immediate curbside pickup.
Students/employees with any sign of illness or temperature are sent home immediately.
Students that have a medical condition that would require an exception to this policy must call before registering. Medical exceptions will be evaluated on a case by case basis, every attempt will be made to allow them to participate in the class.

Outside Items

Only students staying full day may bring lunch in a clear bag sealed bag.
Half day students may bring snacks in a clear sealed bag will be allowed in the studio.
No other items are permitted to enter the studio.


We will be handing out disposable aprons, these will be the only aprons permitted in the studio.


Should we close due to COVID-19 you will receive a full refund or studio credit based on the sole determination of the studio.
There will be NO REFUNDS OR STUDIO CREDITS, except arising from a COVID-19 studio closing.
With all the dynamic changes related to COVID-19, we reserve the right to update this policy at any time.
Although sanitizing and disinfecting is a top priority at Art in the Pod Studio, we cannot guarantee there will be no transmission of the COVID-19 virus or any other virus, flu or cold like illnesses.
By registering your student, you acknowledge that Art in the Pod Studio is not responsible for the transmission of the COVID-19 virus or any other virus, flu or cold like illnesses at its studio.

 Make up Classes

Please do your best to attend every class.
There will be no make up classes for 5 day weekly classes.
5 and 10 week sessions will have one make up class at the end of the seasons session.

Art in the Pod studio is excited to welcome everyone back to classes this fall and will continually monitor these procedures to provide your student with a comfortable environment under these constantly changing circumstances. Should you have any questions, or concerns, please contact us.


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Public Acrylic Paint Pouring - Acrylic Cells Pour on Three 8"x8" studio cast plaster canvases

Three Piece Resined Paint Pour

Wednesday, 28 March 2018 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Event Description:

Acrylic Paint Pouring with additional techniques to create your very own version of "Acrylic Cells Pour on Three 8"x8" studio cast plaster canvases "

Class Description:

In this class you will be guided through the evening with a step step instruction on Acrylic Paint Pouring Our newest addition to the studio. With fluid painting it's much easier to achieve what many artist study years to perfect. We will warm up with some paint mixing and a dirty pour on one of our studio cast 8" x 8" plaster canvases. This first pour should help you with a better understanding of how the paint flows and blends together on a plaster canvas. After a short break to reorganize and give you a chance to pour some of your favorite beverage, We will complete your additional poured creations. This class is all about fun and leaving your stress outside. Please take a look at the video's and important information below before registering.

Important Class Information

First and most important... Dress for a MESS!
Acrylic paint does stain clothes. Please dress accordingly. We do supply aprons and gloves but if you are like us, a painter that likes to get into their work, then please, please, please dress for the paint.
You will most likely have to leave your paintings overnight to dry.

Class Fee: $45 per person
Instructors: Nina/Rich
Minimum Age: 16
Supplies Needed: None, all provided.
Skill Level: All
Dress Code: We have aprons available, but it is always wise to wear old clothes as this can be a messy (but extremely fun!) project.

So many of you have been in the studio and have seen how amazing the resin finish looks on these pieces. There are some extra steps that must be completed before you can apply a gloss or resin finish.(see below)
In this class we will be including the optional Resin coating to Bring Out the Inner Vibrance in the Colors of One of Your Pieces. (due to the process of drying, preparation and resin application your resined piece(s) will be available for pick in about a week).


Payment Policy:
Payment online or in studio is required to guarantee your reservation. No Vouchers Accepted. Reservations Will Automatically Cancel In 60 Minutes If Payment Is Not Completed. Need help to complete your reservation? Call us at 215.355.92787 to complete your reservation.
Cancellation/Refund/Studio Credit Policy: No cash refunds/Studio credit only. A Studio Credit will be given for individuals cancelling with at least 48 Hours or more notice only.
Miscellaneous: If you are registering for your guest we suggest you notify them of these terms.




Registration for this class is now closed
If you wish to attend this class.
Call 215-355-9278 for seating availability

Venue Location:
Art In The Pod
216 Bustleton Pike

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Public Acrylic Paint Pouring - Acrylic Cells Pour on Three 8"x8" studio cast plaster canvases