Helped a lot thanks - I'm sure others have the same question. And
being a watercolor artist,
I'm use to rejection - I'll just wait.
On Aug 11, 2010, at 2:43 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> You're right Woody, it does take a long time for the process of
> reviewing the large numbers of proposals for a convention of this
> size. First they are sorted and then each is scored on a rubric by a
> committee for that submission area (ie: middle level, or curriculum
> and instruction). Afterward, sessions "making the cut" for quality
> have to be scheduled in regards to time length, space needed, etc.
> The web site indicates that members will be notified around Dec 1.
> Hopefully you will make your plans to be in Seattle either way since
> it is going to be fabulous!! We went up there by train from Portland
> this weekend and checked out the hotel. It is beautiful, modern and
> open feeling - right next to the convention center and 6 blocks from
> Pikes Market on the river with the museum near by. Plus the Museum
> of Glass, the Chihuly Bridge of Glass, etc. in nearby Tacoma. The
> Hilton is two blocks further from the Sheraton and other non-hotel
> options are available.
> Attendance drops when the convention goes West. I would love rally
> everyone and to prove it wrong this year. After years and years of
> going mainly East I am really looking forward to showcasing the
> wonderful Pacific Northwest :-)
> hope tis helps some~
> creatively, Linda
> (middle school in Oregon)
Woody, Retired in Albuquerque