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On Fri, 16 May 1997, DEBBI CRANE wrote:
> Twelve dollars an hour per child plus materials on an individual basis is a rate I have used. For a class setting maybe a little less would be appropriate per child per hour. Some teachers also cut deals for families with two children participating, such as ten dollars a class for one child or 17.50 for two. You might check with the boys and girls clubs in your area or the Y for common rates in art classes, but remember, since you are an art professional, they will be getting top-notch art instruction from you and quality ain't cheap.
> From: Carolyn Roberts[SMTP:b2w6w4kn]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 13, 1997 11:02 PM
> To: artsednet
> Subject: Charging for art classes
> Frequently I am asked about teaching drawing/painting to children in
> small classes after school and during the summer. Also, I have been
> asked to teach children on an individual basis. So far, I have not done
> this, because I'm not really sure what would be fair to charge.
> If there is anyone out there who has done this, I would appreciate any
> advice you could offer.
> Carolyn R.