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I believe I was asked by this same person (it sounds familiar), I said no, as she had such a tight deadline and I didn't think we'd have time to sort out usage rights and fees. I did not receive a reply, so I assumed, perhaps incorrectly, she was fishing for a freebie.

-Gail


On 2/7/18 11:27 AM, Jennifer Landin wrote:
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I might suggest a bit more than a token amount. Profits can be surprisingly high with those classes (though the prof may not see it) and your work is being used to "sell" the class. I'd ask if the prof is paying or if it's a marketing expense for the course.

On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 11:07 AM, Natalya Zahn <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Hello all,

I have been approached by a professor at a state university who is teaching conservation classes to the public through the university extension program ($250 enrollment fee), and she would like to use an image of mine for poster promotion of the classes. I will occasionally grant free single-use of my art in situations where the educational program is volunteer driven, or not-for profit, but this seems like it warrants a usage fee (even if only a token amount). Any advice/suggestions? Your range for a fee like this?

Many thanks!
-Natalya


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