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 Dec 05, 2004 08:46 PST 


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The following message has been posted by the Outreach Committee of the
Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC). Please do not reply or
post further messages to this list, concerning this announcement.

-- ARSC GRANTS PROGRAM --

The ARSC Grants Program supports projects, scholarship, and publication in
the fields of sound recording and audio preservation. Projects eligible for
support include discography, bibliography, historical studies of the sound
recording industry and its products, and any other subject likely to
increase the public's understanding and appreciation of the lasting
importance of recorded sound. ARSC encourages applications from individuals
whose research forms part of an academic program at the master's or doctoral
level.

Both ARSC members and non-members are eligible for grants in amounts up to
$1000. Grant funds can be used to underwrite clerical, travel, and editorial
expenses. Funds may not be used to purchase capital equipment or recordings,
to reimburse applicants for work already performed, or to support projects
that form part of a job.

Applications for an ARSC Grant should include:
-- A summary of the project (one page maximum), with samples of the work, if
possible.
-- A budget covering the entire project and highlighting the expenses the
ARSC Grant will cover (one page maximum).
-- A curriculum vitae.
-- An indication of the prospects for publication or other public
presentation of the project results.

Applications should be sent to Richard Warren, Grants Committee Chairman,
Historical Sound Recordings, Yale University Library, P. O. Box 208240, New
Haven, CT 06520-8240, U.S.A. The deadline for receipt of applications is
February 28, 2005.


Anna-Maria Manuel
ARSC Outreach Committee Chair
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<DIV>The following message has been posted by the Outreach Committee of
the<BR>Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC). Please do not
reply or<BR>post further messages to this list, concerning this
announcement.<BR><BR>-- ARSC GRANTS PROGRAM --<BR><BR>The ARSC Grants
Program supports projects, scholarship, and publication in<BR>the fields of
sound recording and audio preservation. Projects eligible for<BR>support
include discography, bibliography, historical studies of the
sound<BR>recording industry and its products, and any other subject likely
to<BR>increase the public's understanding and appreciation of the
lasting<BR>importance of recorded sound. ARSC encourages applications from
individuals<BR>whose research forms part of an academic program at the
master's or doctoral<BR>level.<BR><BR>Both ARSC members and non-members are
eligible for grants in amounts up to<BR>$1000. Grant funds can be used to
underwrite clerical, travel, and editorial<BR>expenses. Funds may not be
used to purchase capital equipment or recordings,<BR>to reimburse applicants
for work already performed, or to support projects<BR>that form part of a
job.<BR><BR>Applications for an ARSC Grant should include:<BR>-- A summary
of the project (one page maximum), with samples of the work,
if<BR>possible.<BR>-- A budget covering the entire project and highlighting
the expenses the<BR>ARSC Grant will cover (one page maximum).<BR>-- A
curriculum vitae.<BR>-- An indication of the prospects for publication or
other public<BR>presentation of the project results.<BR><BR>Applications
should be sent to Richard Warren, Grants Committee Chairman,<BR>Historical
Sound Recordings, Yale University Library, P. O. Box 208240, New<BR>Haven,
CT 06520-8240, U.S.A. The deadline for receipt of applications
is<BR>February 28, 2005.<BR><BR><BR>Anna-Maria Manuel<BR>ARSC Outreach
Committee Chair</DIV></body></html>

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