Subject: Re: Going abroad abroad
From: macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Thu Jul 08 2004 - 21:43:58 EDT
dear p thomas - bon chançe avec la glitch in th far n.e.w.s.
ps i understand there is une grande petition to maintain / perpetuate la FACTOR grants (touring recording etc) ... but you know that
btw, they are cutting a swath o trees out back close to th rivers edge . . . th country is as big as th student / traveller sitting / standing next to you
bon journo :-)
macCormac / sylvi
moonlighting : avon lady
> p. thomson
> FACTOR (foundation to assist canadian / canadienne talent on record) does / did have a travel grant section . . . tho i'm not sure o th criteria / deadlines . . .
> best, macCormac
> Chris DeLaurenti wrote:
> > >but these are exceptions. Unless you have some sort of
> > >institutional support (travel money associated with your
> > >job, for example--or grant money, or a rich uncle who likes
> > >your stuff), you are on your own.
> > A few government programs (at least here in the US) do have programs that offer matching funds for travel - Washington state has the PDAP. It is too bad that conferences don't offer travel money as it helps exclude artists unaffiliated with institutions or corporations.
> > Chris
> > --
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> > out now:
> > "Phonographers Union: Live on Sonarchy" (Accretions)
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