Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Where oh where has my CV gone?

Part of getting the word out there about World's Largest Things has been partnering with the institutions in KS who still support projects with individual scholars. I've been working on the application to be a part of the Kansas Arts Commission Arts on Tour roster, and realized that my CV (curriculum vitae, for non-jargon people out there - an extensive list of everything you've done that may, even remotely, relate to your professional accomplishments...) hasn't been updated in a while... AND, in a July computer crash, all the edit-able versions were lost! So, it's been a dense set of days reconstructing the over-long document, as well as gathering support material for the application.

Whew! And, Tuesday Evenings at the Lincoln Art Center are open studio nights - even though the WLT Home Base is in rural Kansas, with most cultural opportunities 1-3 hours away, a neighboring town has an amazing facility, bringing Art to an underserved community. AND, they open their doors to host people wanting to get together and create, building a stronger regional arts community. I took a couple hours off of the business end of things to go and participate, working on a piece for an upcoming Masks and Minis show... More World's Smallest Versions!

1 comment:

World's Largest Things, Inc. said...

I just took a look at the Post Office mailing recipt - the final package weighed in at 4 pounds, 10 ounces!