From: chelsea lynn caraco <chelsea.lynn.caraco >
Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 3:53 PM
To: Angela Majors
Cc: Lynne Sullivan; Jessel, Tanner Monroe; Jerry Caldwell; Braly, Bobby Ray; Antoinette Juhl; Jace Koelzer; David Nix; calvin.chappelle ; Calvin Chappelle
Subject: Re: FW: mural notes
My two cents: It’d be nice to stay on our side of “the tracks”. We could consider talking to groundswell folks about an exhibit. I know a lot of those people. Its not much smaller than the birdhouse & its closer…. just an FYI. When you have the november 28 mtg place/time set can I hear about it? Would love to help!!! 🙂
On Nov 14, 2012 3:25 PM, “Angela Majors” <a_d_majors> wrote:
These are Calvin’s notes from the last meeting. Terry contacted me last week about writing the article in the paper. I’m still working on finding a space for the first friday events. I believe the next meeting was set for November 28? Hopefully we will have a draft of the competition rules to revise and finalize then.
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 15:08:36 -0500
Subject: mural notes
See attached. May need some cleaning up, but I wanted to get it out versus waiting.
p.s. please copy me in outgoing email
p.s.s. Arin Streeter suggested Birdhouse as an exhibit venue. Have you heard of it?
From: Calvin Chappelle <calvin.chappelle >
Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2012 10:24 PM
To: pirate99 ; Jessel, Tanner Monroe; jskoelzer ; antoinettesvintage ; Braly, Bobby Ray; a_d_majors ; NixNKnox ; Lynne Sullivan
Subject: Re: Last call re Mural grant application
Well, that might also depend on the artist. If one artist designed two parts, then it might make sense to keep them both the same thematically. If two separate artists painted the sections, then it might lend itself better to have two separate themes, but at the same time historically linked. Im considering the fact that artists have different styles. Make sense? You never know, the artist could become attached to the project and might want to do both sides regardless. That portion would have to be hammered out for the artists call for proposals.
On September 16, 2012 7:14:26 PM PDT, Lynne Sullivan wrote:
Thanks, Calvin. Yup–2 parts. The "part" that I am equivocating about is whether the design is one or two parts. Opinions?
From: Lynne Sullivan <hiwarch >
Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2012 1:51 PM
To: pirate99 ; Jessel, Tanner Monroe; jskoelzer ; antoinettesvintage ; Braly, Bobby Ray; a_d_majors ; NixNKnox ; calvin.chappelle
Subject: Last call re Mural grant application
Here is the complete application. I hope I found all of the typos! Let me know by 9 PM tonight if you find errors or something I’ve said that is wrong, etc. I’m sending it to the CDC early tomorrow AM and then carrying it to Parks and Rec after lunch tomorrow–unless I find out that I can just email it to Valerie.
Thanks for all of the input so far! This will be a wonderful project for the neighborhood if we are lucky enough to get the $$.
From: Angela Majors <a_d_majors>
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2012 10:32 PM
To: hiwarch ; Jessel, Tanner Monroe; Jace Koelzer; antoinettesvintage ; Braly, Bobby Ray; pirate99 ; nixnknox
Subject: Mural Meeting Notes Sept 13
Here are the meeting notes from Wednesday’s meeting. There are probably a few typos. Please forgive, just want to get it out. If I missed something or there is a correction let me know.
From: Braly, Bobby Ray
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2012 1:05 PM
To: Jessel, Tanner Monroe; Lynne Sullivan
Subject: RE: Parks and Recreation Challenge Grant – Interest from Parkridge Neighborhood
You will se that each side of the interstate mural area is nearly identical. The canvas for one side would be 13.5′ x 2 on the right and 11.5′ x 2 on the left side. The other side of the street is an identical copy of this setup.
See attached image for dimensions
Bobby R. Braly M.A., RPA
University of Tennessee
Department of Anthropology/Frank H. McClung Museum
bbraly [at] utk.edu