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I agree with Britt.

Gail




On 6/11/15 10:28 AM, Britt Griswold wrote:
> I think it is within the GNSI preview of educating artists on standards and practices, as well as
> techniques, about how to conduct your self as an artist. As an educational organization, we are not
> enforcing rules, but we are about educating our members and the science Illustration community about
> what successful behavior looks like.
>
> A journal article is a good way to focus the issue and use that to develop a statement/guideline
> document.
>
> Britt Griswold
> GNSI VP
>
>
> On 6/11/15 10:04 AM, Emily S. Damstra wrote:
>> A GNSI journal article is a fine idea. On the other hand, an official statement or a list of
>> guidelines from the GNSI as a whole would carry a lot more weight than an article written by one (or
>> two) people, in my opinion.
>>
>> The question is: Is it within the GNSI's mandate to make an official statement or at least suggest
>> guidelines on the issue of spec work/contests?
>>
>> And then: Do GNSI members support the idea of the GNSI having an official statement or suggested
>> guidelines about the issue?
>>
>> It would be great to hear from our Board about the first question, and from everyone else about the
>> second.
>> Thank you,
>>
>> ---
>> *Emily S. Damstra*
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