>Hi, All -
> Sometime ago I sent a suggestion to the newsletter people (I forgot
>who) that didn't seem to get a response, so I thought I'd float it
>again. For those of us far from the DC area (or ANY area), attending a
>workshop is somewhat of a major undertaking, involving both time and
>considerable expense (travel, lodging, etc.). Is there any possibility
>of videotaping workshops and selling the videos to the members? I'm not
>talking Hollywood productions here; "home" video quality would be fine,
>wiggly camera and all - just so I could hear and see basically what is
>going on. I'd be willing to pay not only costs but enough to give GNSI
>a profit as well.
> I would have loved to have attended the colored pencil workshop at the
>National Zoo, but I figured the weekend would have cost me around $700
>minimum. $70 for a videotape would be fine with me, and I don't know if
>it would even come to that amount. Even those who CAN come to the
>workshops might like one for future reference (sometimes my notes from a
>workshop or conference don't read too well when I get home!) Maybe the
>actual workshop participants could get a discount on the video as part
>of the package.
> Anyway, just an idea. Any remarks?
Gail I gave a quote to GNSI Board for Video taping the summer workshops
I felt that these are rare opportunities to capture the Masters for
historical reasons, & for generating continuing proceeds from each years
workshops for the Guild and the artists.
The cost to have it professionally taped and edited was aprox $5000,
I think the board needs member feed back to commence.
Elizabeth G. Sieferd
EGS Design Group
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