COVID Policy

Articulture requires proof of completed COVID-19 vaccination (both shots and booster) for all students, instructors, staff, and birthday party attendees who enter our building. In addition to this, all persons must continue to wear masks. For the wellbeing of our community, it is necessary to do everything we can to preserve the health of all individuals who attend classes and setting this requirement is an important step in keeping Articulture a safe space.
Vaccination Policy
All students will be required to provide proof of completed COVID vaccination record (both shots and booster) before the start of your class, workshop, birthday party, or any event at Articulture. 
Proof of Vaccination or Exemption
Photo proof of vaccination needs to be uploaded to your account when registering for classes or workshops. If your child will be attending a birthday party at Articulture, you will email proof of vaccination to
Note: If you do not provide proof of vaccination or a notarized exemption, you will not be allowed to attend a class, workshop, birthday party, or event at Articulture. If you register for a class, and DO NOT upload a copy of a vaccination card due to not receiving the vaccination, however, you select that you have uploaded the card, you will forfeit your registration fee.
Refund Policy
Articulture will refund tuition, less a $25 cancellation fee for each class if request is made in writing more than two weeks prior to class start date. Cancellations in writing made within two weeks of the class start date will not be refunded, nor credited. 
Notarized Exemptions
Articulture will accept a notarized exemption from a healthcare provider if you are unable to receive the vaccine and will require proof of a weekly negative COVID-19 test to continue entering the building.
Masks will continue to be required for everyone entering Articulture’s building regardless of vaccination status. 
*The dates and information included in this document are subject to change at Articulture’s discretion and based on CDC guidelines, best practices, policies, and state and government mandates. At present, pharmaceutical companies Pfizer-BioNTech, ModernaTX Inc., and Johnson & Johnson Janssen all have COVID-19 vaccinations available to the public based on FDA approval or emergency approval. This timeline will be updated as needed. 
Exposed to someone with COVID? Please refer to this page on the CDC's website: