Registration and Refund Policy
The deadline for conference registration is November 1, 2015. Registrations are not complete until full payment is received in the Folk Art Society office.
Payment by PayPal is accepted, as well as by personal check. Charge orders (by PayPal only) may be sent by utilizing the FASA secure Website order form.
Space for all events is limited, especially for the bus trips and house tours, and reservations will be made in the order received. If you are placed on a waiting list and do not get a place on a tour, your money will be refunded after the conference. If sufficient reservations are not made for a tour, it may be canceled.
Until September 15, full refunds will be given for all cancellations. From September 15 to October 31, refunds will be given less a processing fee of $100 per person. After October 31, no refunds will be given for any reason. This rule is necessary because the society is financially and contractually obligated for the buses, hotel and catered events.
For additional information or additional copies of the brochure, contact the Folk Art Society office by telephone 434-395-2207, or by e-mail (email@example.com.)
- Tickets and FASA badges are required for all events.
- Most buses will depart and return to the Peabody Memphis Hotel. The cost of bus transportation is included in each ticket. No discount is allowed for driving your own car.
- Advance reservations are required, and tickets are limited for each event. If a tour is full, a waiting list will be maintained, and no exceptions will be made. Please note refund policy as stated above.
- The Folk Art Society gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the conference committee, especially Chairman Carol Crown and Richard Ranta, and Auction Chairmen Randall Lott & Nancy McCall. We are grateful to the staffs of the University of Memphis Department of Art and Fogelman Galleries, the Memphis Brooks Museum, the Center for Southern Folklore, Sun Studio, Mindfield and Graceland. We are especially grateful to the collectors who are opening their homes for tours and social events.