Re: George Eastman House grant
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- Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 18:54:02 -0700
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Maybe I'll send my husband to the Zen center and whoop it up by myself at
the library--can I drink beer in there? Seriously, the grant is pretty
specific on "unallowable" expenses...hopefully latte's will be allowable.
Oh yes, there is a $36 only per diem for food, too.
I would be very interested, if you have connections there still, to find out
how much alt is going on. Thank you for the offer!
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From: "BOB KISS" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, November 13, 2006 11:18 AM
Subject: RE: George Eastman House grant
Congratulations of your grant. The IMP @ GEH is a wonderful
resource. Don't forget to try to see their cinema archive if you have the
chance. I went to RIT so I know that you will need to dress VERY warmly
you are from MT so you will know that. You may even experience the Mid
January thaw where the temperature goes up to a tropical 35 F from its
hovering around zero! After you visit there you will know why I moved to
RIT is rather overwhelming when it comes to photo education. I
don't know how much Alt Photo they are doing...do you want me to inquire?
Speaking of retreats, there is a Zen Center nearby. They put it
there because, for 9 months of the year due to the foul weather, there are
VERY few distractions from your meditations!
From: Christina Z. Anderson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, November 13, 2006 11:03 AM
To: Alt, List
Subject: George Eastman House grant
I received some great news this week; I was awarded a grant to fly to
Rochester and spend a week or two at the George Eastman House researching
gum printing. It is such a wonderful feeling when your university believes
in what you are doing! Especially since I am in the arts and not in the
field of science, where the usual funding money flows to (MSU reached the
100 million mark this year).
Since I teach a full load next semester, Tom and I will probably fly in
there the first week of January, if all goes according to plan. Is there
anyone on the list who lives there/any alt group who will be having a
meeting there at that time? I know this is doubtful, right after the
holidays, but it'd be great to get together an alt list group! Daytime I
will be busy at the library, but it closes at 5:00.
I figured since RIT is in the area, there have got to be some great photo
things going on. And I assume Toronto is close by? Close by Montana
standards, anyway--maybe 3 hours? I don't know if a rental car can be
across the border, though.
One more question: anyone on the list doing/wanting to do German
translation, could you email me **offlist**? My translator had a baby.
PS My husband doesn't quite put this trip into the "wonderful vacation"
category--no palm trees, more snow there than in MT but we're not skiing,
etc.etc. heheheh--I think I'll bill it as a "retreat".
Christina Z. Anderson
Photo Option Coordinator
Montana State University
Visual Communications Building Room 220
Bozeman Montana 59718