I really like to present in the conference, so I would like to know
whether the Inkshed Conference can help me with the funding, since I
am a graduate student and paying the expences is difficult for me.
Jane Milton wrote:
>The conference registration form is now up on the website at
>Please print off the form and mail it in with your $75 conference fee.
>Sorry, we donít have online payment options. The form is a .pdf Ė if
>ít have Adobe Acrobat and donít want to download the Adobe program,
>email Jane Milton at [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>will send you a Word version of the file. Presenters must register by
>1st to confirm their place in the program.
>Since we put out the extension to the proposal deadline, Inkshed 22 has
>generated a great deal of interest. If you are intending to participate
>without presenting, we recommend you register early, too.
>My bulbs are up an inch alreadyÖ (ok, so itís a south-facing bed and the
>snow behind them is a foot deep). May by the sea is looking good. More
>information on the details associated with the conference will be
>we get things in order. In the meantime, if you have any questions
>donít hesitate to email me.
>Yours, Jane Milton.
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