Cows have moved into the neighboorhood. A bit clannish, but as I also like to keep to myself, I’m sure we’ll all get along fine. Frankly, they don’t strike me as the talkative sort. But I’ve been surprised before.
Miss Catty-Anna and Miss Udderstood are the big mommas of the family, and definitely know how to lay down the hoof. The baby is quite shy—never did catch his name—but I assume his daddy is the fellow peeking out of the house.
ACTA TRADITIONAL ARTS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (CALIFORNIA)
Individuals and organizations significantly engaged in folk and traditional arts in California are eligible to apply.
501(c)(3) status is not required, however, for-profit entities are ineligible. A maximum of one contract per applicant per twelve-month period will be made.
Consultancies to contract a qualified specialist who can provide needed services to the applicant. Allowable expenses include contract fees, supplies, and travel. ACTA will contract and pay consultants directly for services rendered. Mentorships where applicants work with a proposed mentor to receive focused training in a needed area. Budget may include the mentor�s fee or honoraria, supplies and travel. ACTA will contract and pay mentors directly for training provided. Travel Support reimburses for travel expenses within the U.S. to observe exemplary programs, attend meetings or workshops, interact with colleagues, or attend other activities that promote professional development. Allowable costs include transportation costs, meals, and lodging. Expenses will be reimbursed after travel is completed.
Individual Artist Fellowship Deadline: August 15, 2007. The application for Individual Artist Fellowships is now available through the website with a link from the “Apply for a Grant” for Individual Artists section. Once again, the process utilizes an electronic e-grant application. Any questions can be directed to Kristin Pleasanton, Art & Artist Services Coordinator at 577-8284 or Kristin.Pleasanton@state.de.us.
Accepting online applications to the 2008 Individual Artists Fellowship program, which offers $5,000 to $10,000 fellowships.Deadline August 1, 2007.
WEIGHT WATCHERS MAGAZINE
Nutrition and health stories that are relevant both to people currently trying to lose and weight maintainers.
Regular features on both beauty and fashion. Plus numerous success stories, new product reviews, tips and ideas to keep you motivated—whether you’re currently attending Weight Watchers meetings or just maintaining your weight. Pays $1/word.
ODIC FORCE MAGAZINE
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New, local, high-end, bimonthly Austin arts magazine is looking for writers, photographers, and artists. The magazine is set to become Austin’s definitive arts magazine with a fresh, original concept that will resonate with Austinites and generate national interest. Twenty cents/word or flat rate fee depending on experience and length of article. Note…magazine’s website might not be up yet.