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BMA Event Ticket Return & Exchange Policy
The BMA does not provide refunds or exchanges for any tickets after purchase. Tickets are valid only for the time and date printed on the ticket, and tickets cannot be replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed.
BMA Shop Return & Exchange Policy
Your satisfaction is important to us. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, returns are accepted for exchange, credit, or refund within 30 days of delivery. Please contact us in advance of a return and immediately if damage has occurred during shipping at http://www.shopartbma.org/ or 443-573-1844. Merchandise must be in its original condition. Shipping charges are non-refundable.
The Human Figure
The human figure, whether clothed or nude, has always been a subject of fascination and challenge for artists. Please be aware that you may encounter an occasional nude figure when visiting the BMA online.