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Statewide Cultural Extension Program
Scheduling Information

The BEGINNING

Tim Slaughter, Director
UH Mānoa Outreach College
1980 East-West Road, Security Portable C004
Honolulu, HI 96822
Tel: 956-8246 • Fax: 956-3752
Email: tslaught@hawaii.edu

SHARING…things we need to know:

  • Requested time(s) and date(s) for program
  • Address of performance location
  • Billing information (name of organization paying and billing address)
  • Estimated age range of audience
  • Size of audience (size limitations apply to certain programs
  • The dimension of performance area (depth and width in feet)
  • Performance area floor surface (wood, carpet, linoleum, etc.)
  • Availability of a private dressing area other than a restroom
  • Number of microphones available

IMPORTANT INFORMATION…the fine print

  • Travel costs beyond the artist's home island and Big Island programs requiring an overnight stay are in addition to the artist's fee
  • Hands-on workshops that require supplies for participants are additional
  • Most programs vary in length from 45 minutes to one hour, unless otherwise specified. Some workshops and residencies may require multiple sessions with each classroom or group to complete project
  • Payment for all programs is made payable to the University of Hawai'i and payable upon completion of the program and upon receipt of an invoice
  • Non-receipt of a signed Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) by sponsor may delay the start of a program
  • Non-return of a completed evaluation form may jeopardize future programs and funding (if applicable)

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Once your program has been confirmed you will receive a packet containing event contract (MOA), coordinator confirmation/information sheet, artist biography, evaluation sheet, and instructional study guide (depending on individual artist)—if applicable to program.

Please use these guidelines to help ensure a successful arts experience and may be subject to change.

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