Our video tutorial libraries are for educational purposes only. They are available for students to gain various skills, learn new styles, and practice different techniques. Like the saying “considering apprentice learning from a master”, many of our videos highlight different artists in the spirit of learning and teaching different styles and techniques. This is very different from plagiarism. While replicating other work as a drawing exercise is valuable, we do not pass the art as our own. Not only will you sharpen your eye, but you will get your hand accustomed to the pen or stylus. “Your muscles are not trained yet, and so much of drawing is muscle memory,” comic artist Ethan Young says. “Consider yourself like the apprentice learning from a master.” Writer and illustrator Mildred Louis began that way too. “I started drawing by basically copying anime,” she says. As opposed to plagiarism, teaching various art styles is a method instructors use to help students to become great artists. Students select elements from another artist’s work and incorporate them into their unique mix of influences. Studying the styles of other artists can enable students to begin to form new and unique ideas. As time goes on, they will begin to develop a collage of experiences that culminate into their own, individual painting style. Reproducing the works of others can be a fantastic educational exercise. Beyond that practice, we strongly support and encourage students to develop their own artistic, individual voice. We stand for academic education and as conservatives, we will always focus on a student’s ability to gain skills in a very safe environment.
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We do not keep personal information for any longer than is necessary. No personal data is shared with any 3rd party.
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The Program Agreement and Release is a legally binding agreement made by and between the parent, guardian, or custodian (“Parent”) of the applicable participant (“Participant”) named herein, on the one hand, and Creative Ones Digital Art Academy LLC, on the other hand, relating to such Participant’s participation in Our Company’s programs and activities at Our Company.
Rules and Regulation
By participating in the program Parent and the Participant expressly acknowledge and agree that:
1- The Participant is responsible for his or her actions.
2- The Participant is responsible for following Our Company standards of conduct. If the Participant violates the standards of conduct, the participant will be terminated from the Program with no refund given and may be denied the opportunity to attend any future Our Company activities.
Standard of Conduct
Expected Participants’ Behavior:
- Respect others.
- Maintain a positive and open attitude.
- Follow directions.
- Always use appropriate language.
- Take proper care of equipment and facility.
- Immediately report any problem or issue to the staff.
The following Participant behavior will not be permitted and may result in immediate dismissal:
- The possession of a weapon of any kind.
- Tobacco, alcohol, or drugs on campus, at any time.
- Stealing, damaging, or destruction of property (vandalism).
- Biting or spitting on others.
- Inappropriate or abusive language, insults, threats, or bullying
- Disrupting a program
- Leaving the class/site without permission
Release and Indemnification
Parent hereby agrees as follows: In consideration of the Participant being allowed to participate in the Program, the Program’s related events and/or activities, I hereby Release, waive, discharge, and covenant. NOT TO SUE Our Company and/or its members, affiliates, offices, servants, agents, or employees (hereinafter collectively referred to as “RELEASE”) from any liabilities or courses of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by the participant, or to any property belonging to the participant, WHETHER CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF THE RELEASE, or otherwise, while participating in the Program, or while in, on or upon the premises where the program is being conducted and/or during the transportation to and from the program.
To the best of my knowledge, the participant is in good physical condition and I am not aware of any physical infirmity which would place the participant at risk to participate in any way in any of the program’s activities. I am fully aware that there are risks to participating in any way in any of the program’s activities. I am fully aware that some risks and hazards may be connected with the program. I VOLUNTARILY ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY RISK OF LOSS, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR PERSONAL INJURY, INCLUDING DEATH, that may be sustained by the participant, or any loss or damage to property owned by the participant, as a result of participating in attending, and/or being engaged in the program’s activities, WHETHER CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF RELEASE or otherwise. I further hereby AGREE TO INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS the RELEASE from any loss, liability, damage, or cost, including court costs and attorneys’ fees, that may accrue due to the acts of the participant or related to the participant’s participation in the program. WHETHER CAUSED BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF RELEASE or otherwise.
It is my express intent that this release shall bind the members of my family and spouse, if I am alive, in my heirs, assigns, and personal representative, if I am deceased, and shall be deemed as a RELEASE, WAIVER, DISCHARGE AND COVENANT NOT TO SUE the above-named release. I hereby further agree that this release shall be construed by the laws of the State of Florida. In signing this release, I acknowledge and represent that I have read and understand it and sign it voluntarily; I am at least eighteen (18) years of age and fully competent to enter into this release; and I execute this release for full, adequate and complete consideration fully intending to be bound by the release. As parent/guardian/student, I assume all responsibilities and waive any claim for compensation for accidental injury incurred by my child/myself while at Our Company classes, or otherwise in the care of Our Company staff, and hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless Our Company, it’s agents, employees or servants, whether paid or volunteer, against any claims which may arise from any injury to said child/person while participating in this program. We have the right to update our policies to better serve you.
Live Online Classes Policies
Please be aware that parents ARE NOT ALLOWED to sit in the class or inside the studio area. Parents in the classroom during class can be disruptive to the teacher, other students, and your child. Please always wait outside until the class has finished. Please contact us if you have any specific concerns about this policy. Drop off/pick up and punctuality Please be on time for your class. Do not “drop off” your child early or leave him/her at the studio past class time. Our staff needs time to get ready for the next class or go home at the end of the day. We are not legally permitted to watch/babysit children that are not enrolled in a class. There is a $20 fee (paid up-front). Once the class is done parents and students are not allowed to be on the premises. Participants must be signed out of the program by their parent/guardian or another authorized pickup person. Firearms and weapons: No firearms or weapons are permitted in the classroom before, during, or after class. No firearms are permitted on the premises.
Zoom Classroom Security Info & Details:
- Waiting Room will be enabled. The instructor will admit students into the room promptly at the start of class.
- Students will only be permitted into the classroom if their FIRST LAST name matches the name on file (per registration).
- Student Audio and Video will be OFF upon entrance to allow students to congregate and settle.
- Zoom Meetings will be locked once all students are in the classroom; this protects the class from unregistered attendees.
- The Password sent is the same for each day. Password will be changed only if security has been compromised.
Zoom Classroom Protocol:
- Students will remain muted during class, unless otherwise prompted,
to minimize background noise at home.
- Students’ videos must remain ON during all class sessions unless otherwise noted.
- Do not record our classes, student or parents are not allowed to record any of our classes per student’s privacy and security purpose.
Parent involvement/commitment to this camp is a fair estimate of 10% of your time, and that is mostly on the front end where you will need to download software and project files. Parent involvement includes:
- Pre-class Setup– Check hardware requirements, download software, project files, etc.
- before the first day of camp or class.
- Daily Class Set-up/Close– Think of it as a virtual drop-off and pick-up, making certain your student is successfully logged in to each live class session, closes out completely at end of the day, and has completed any necessary downloads required for the next-day activities.
Technical Troubleshooting on your end.
In the registration process, the Parent will need to submit all relevant health information about the participant, including any immunization, allergies illnesses, medications, dietary restrictions, and emergency contact information. Primary and secondary contact persons in case of emergency and all the concerning information about them (full name of contacts, phone numbers, email, and addresses) will also need to be provided. We must be informed of any participant’s known allergies and if he/she has been prescribed an EpiPen- if so, the prescription must be verified and 1 (one) EPIPEN will need to be provided on or before the participant’s first day. For the participant’s safety, Our Company cannot admit the participant without his or her EPIPEN. The parent hereby confirms that the health history parent provides to Our Company is correct and complete and that the participant has permission to engage in all activities except as described by the parents. The participant will need to be able to self-administer injections under the observation of Our Company staff. Parents must enter all known illnesses and/or conditions that the participant has or has had including illness, allergies, and/or drug reactions, parents must also fill out a list of prescribed medications that the participant must take while attending the program. You release Our Company from any liability pertaining to issues due to a student’s medical situation. If the participant is taking medication, all medications must be brought into the original container, clearly identifying (in English) the prescribing physician’s name (for prescription drugs), the name of the medication, the dosage, any side effects, and the frequency of administration. Our Company must be informed of any dietary restrictions of the participant. The parent hereby gives permission for Our Company staff to provide any medical assistance they feel appropriate for the participant named herein. The parent also permits any emergency personnel to treat the participant in the event of an emergency. The parent agrees to be responsible for all medical expenses that might be incurred.
Movies or movie clips played at any of the programs run by Our Company are rated G or PG and shall be selected at the sole discretion of Our Company. The parent understands and acknowledges that videos and computer games used in any of Our Company programs are selected at the sole discretion of Our Company staff. The parent understands that some of Our Company projects may require the creation or use of an online account during instructional time or will require an online account to be created to sign in and access. Our Company will make good faith efforts to send each participant home with a complete project or post the participant’s project to a specific project website. There will be instances when the project will not work on an individual’s home gadget or system, or where a participant will not have enough time to complete their project. In this rare case, Our Company does not take responsibility for non-compatible and/or non-completed projects. Our Company will make good-faith efforts to prevent participants from being exposed to inappropriate web content.
Cancellations and Refunds
Our Company reserves the right to cancel or postpone any of the program’s sessions due to insufficient enrollment or unforeseen circumstances. If a program’s session is canceled by Our Company, registrants will be notified promptly with a plan to make up the session. Cancellations by participants will be eligible to receive a prorated refund. If in case of refund, refund requests must include the name of the participant, and the program session ( day and time or week) included. Refunds will be credited back to the original credit card used for payment. Summer camps are non-refundable
Image/Photography Release (NO COMPENSATION)
1- Our Company has the right to film, videotape, photograph, digitally and/or otherwise record the participant’s likeness, voice, and performance (the photographs and recordings”) for promotional content – including, but not limited to, television commercials or programs, printed advertisements, and marketing material. Our Company has to use, record, reproduce, publish, display, broadcast, and/or exhibit the photographs and recordings, as well as the participant’s name, voice, performance, picture, photograph, portrait, silhouette, and /or other reproductions of the participants’ likeness in connection with any advertising or promotional content, program or material for Our Company, it’s business and projects, or for any other lawful purpose.
2- Our Company may edit the photographs and recordings, including the participant’s appearance, voice, and/or performance as Our Company sees fit. Our Company is not obligated to make any use of the photographs and recordings of the participant’s name, voice, or likeness or exercise any right granted to Our Company herein.
3- Our Company shall have all rights, copyright, title, ownership, and interest in any results and proceeds from the photographs and recordings, and said use or appearance of the rights granted to Our Company in this release are perpetual and include the use of the photographs and recordings, the participant’s name voice and likeness in any media worldwide in which all or part of the photographs and recording and or the participant’s name voice and likeness may be displayed-including but not limited to, printed advertisements, magazine, newspaper, internet websites, interactive media, digital and online media, broadcast and cable television, video cassettes, DVD, CD, CD-room film and radio.
4- Parent hereby expressly releases Our Company, its agents, employees, licensees and assigns from and against any claims which I have or may have for invasion of privacy, defamation, violation of any right to publicity, or any other cause of action arising out of production, distribution, duplication, publication, broadcast of an exhibition of Our Company’s advertisements, promotions content, programs and/or materials in which any portion of the photograph and recordings, the participant’s name, voice, and/or likeness appears.
5-This release shall be governed and construed by the laws of the State of Florida. Any dispute arising out of, or in connection with, this release shall be litigated in the country of Orange, State of Florida.
6- Further, this release is given as an inducement for Our Company to potentially use and display the participant’s name, voice, and/or likeness in its advertisements, promotional, and other materials, and I understand that Our Company will incur substantial expense in reliance thereof. excerpt for the foregoing consideration, parents shall be entitled to no other compensation for s’s use of the Photographs and recordings, the participant’s name voice, and/or likeness.
With the purchase of any of our classes you tutorials you hereby YOU HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF THIS AGREEMENT AND RELEASE AND UNDERSTAND THAT I HAVE GIVEN UP SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS BY ENTERING INTO IT. I ALSO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS AGREEMENT AND RELEASE ARE IRREVOCABLE AND UNCONDITIONAL. YOU CERTIFY YOU ENTER INTO THIS AGREEMENT AND RELEASE FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY WITHOUT ANY INDUCEMENT, AND WITH FULL KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONSEQUENCES THEREOF.