Terms & Conditions
There always have to be some T&Cs, but not too many 🙂
We limit the number of participants on Shiny Happy Art retreats so that Anna can give you her personal attention.
So please understand that cancellation fees apply (but you may be able to send someone in your place).
- If a replacement painter comes in your place – full refund
(less $50 administration fee);
- If cancelled by 5pm 30 days prior to the first day of the Retreat – with no replacement painter – the deposit is forfeited;
- If cancelled 14-29 days prior to the first day of the Retreat – with no replacement painter – 50% of full payment forfeited;
- 100% of full payment is forfeited if cancelled less than 14 days prior to first day of Retreat, and no replacement painter has been found.
Other Shiny Happy Art Adventures
Together with my Shiny Happy Artists, we’ve enjoyed trips to Norfolk Island, the Bunya Mountains, Montville and various winery and cafe locations. There is something quite special about sharing extended time with like-minded people who want to create art. There’s always time to socialise too.
Beautiful Norfolk Island
Rosalie House Winery, Queensland
Latest Blog Posts
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