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Scholarships to TransCultural Exchange's 2011 Conference on International Opportunities in the Arts: The Interconnected World
Due November 15.
Would you like to find ways to exhibit internationally? To have your work reviewed by major curators, critics and gallery owners? Are you an emerging writer interested in finding out what it takes to publish your first book? A musician, sound artist or composer looking for an amazing residency? Have you always wanted to live overseas and do research for a creative project but just didn't know how to fund your trip? Want to meet like-minded people?
Attend TransCultural Exchange's
April 7-10, 2011 • Boston’s Omni Parker House Hotel
Register for four full days, including 150 speakers, 35 panels, portfolio reviews and more:
Early Registration: $275, due midnight EST, December 15, 2010.
Registration after December 15, 2010: $345; after April 1: $425.
Student discount registration: $115, due midnight EST, December 15, 2010.
Applications for scholarships are due November 15, 2010.
Tax Deductibility Conference registration fees often are deductible if they relate directly to your business. Deductibility of Conference lodging, transportation and a portion of meals vary - including depending on whether you are employed by others or self-employed. Please consult your tax adviser as tax laws change yearly.
About TransCultural Exchange TransCultural Exchange is a 501c3 non-profit organization, whose mission is to bridge cultural, geographic, political and linguistic divides by bringing people together through the arts in order to foster a greater understanding of world cultures.
Thanks TransCultural Exchange would like to thank the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Adams Art Program, the Asian Cultural Council, BerkshireFineArts.com, Boston College, Boston University, Consulate General of Israel to New England, Délégation du Québec à Boston, French Cultural Center (Boston), the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Mercantile Bank and Trust, MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology, Northeastern University, Studio Art Centers International (SAC) and Swedish Embassy in Washington D.C for their sponsorship as well as the Alliance of Artists Communities, Boston College, Edwards, Angell, Palmer & Dodge, LLP, the Harding House, the Irving House at Harvard, over, under, the Point Way Inn, the Rookwood Inn and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst's Hampden Gallery for their in-kind support.
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