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Auxiliary Programs workshops will inspire your artistic and creative spirit, and they are the perfect enhancement to regular school curriculum. Citizen-artists are needed more than ever to help bring communities, develop creative solutions and challenge the status quo.

Teens & Kids (3-18)

Auxiliary Program FAQs

Idyllwild Arts Auxiliary Programs are committed to supporting arts education for students from a wide variety of backgrounds, regardless of a family’s ability to pay the full tuition amount. We encourage any family interested in an Idyllwild Arts Auxiliary Programs to apply for a financial need-based scholarship.

This application is good for one school year, from Fall through Spring. The application does not need to be filled out more than once per year, but funding is not automatically guaranteed. Email to be considered for financial aid for each season that you participate.

Summer scholarship applications use FAST and are not included as a part of this application. 

A committee will review your application and respond to you within two weeks. Scholarships are used to support either all or a portion of program tuition. All recipients are responsible for their $25 application fee and transportation to and from campus.

Idyllwild Arts offers Auxiliary Programs and the refund policy for these workshops are as follows:
Full payment is due the day the student registers online for an Auxiliary program (unless paying by check, in which case a check should be brought to the first class.)

Withdrawal Less than 30 Days Before the Class is Scheduled to Begin: No refunds whatsoever will be made less than 30 days before a class is scheduled to begin.

Workshops canceled more than 30 days prior to the start date of the class: All fees will be refunded, with the exception of the $25 application fee and a 3% credit card processing fee on the original amount paid.

Idyllwild Arts Land Acknowledgement

Idyllwild Arts respectfully acknowledges the Qawishpa Cahuillangnah (also known as Cahuilla Band of Indians) and all nine sovereign Bands of Cahuilla people who have stewarded this land throughout the generations and continue to steward this land for all future generations.

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