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Phone Consultation Registration Form

Please printout this registration form and complete the information by hand. PLEASE PRINT.

             I would like to arrange an initial phone consultation.

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□ Enclosed is a check for $100.00 representing a deposit for
an initial phone consultation, prorated on the basis of $200 an hour.
Please make payment to Caroll Michels. Mail registration form
and deposit to: Caroll Michels, 1724 Burgos Drive,
Sarasota, Florida 34238 .

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Excerpts from How to Survive & Prosper as an Artist


"Artists who are apprehensive and skeptical about applying for grants have many misconceptions about who receives them. Skeptical artists deem themselves ineligible for various reasons, such as being too old or young, lacking sufficient or impressive exhibition or performance credits, or lacking the right academic background. They believe that the kind of work they are doing isn't considered "in" or that they lack the right connections, which implies that juries are rigged!.. However, on the basis of my own experiences as a grant recipient and juror, as well as the experiences of my clients (the majority of whom would not measure up to the tough stereotype that many artists have of “the perfect grant-winning specimen”), I am convinced that, for the most part, grant selection is a democratic process - meaning that everyone has a real chance."

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