1. Which bin will your RFP/application end up?

    Which bin will your RFP/application end up?

  2. Tattfoo rejected by Workshop Residence

    Hello,

    Thank you for your submission to the Workshop Residence Annual Competition. This was our first residency competition and we were thrilled with the scope and variety of proposals. It certainly was not an easy decision for our jury and there was much deliberation. We regret to inform you that your proposal was not selected as the winner of the competition.

    Please know that we will keep proposals from this competition on file for future consideration. We will have a residency competition next year and hope you will consider applying again, perhaps with a newly crafted idea or the same proposal, refined. The 2014 registry will remain public on our website.

    We also hope that, if you opted into the online registry, you found it to be an interesting resource and perhaps you even received some feedback on your idea. If you have any questions or feedback for us, we would love to hear it. 

    Thank you again for your interest in Workshop and for your submission to our first residency competition. We appreciate you being a part of our residency program and are grateful you shared your idea.

    Best wishes,

    Braden Weeks Earp

    Director

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    Workshop Residence

    workshopresidence.com

    415 285 2050

    833 22nd Street

    San Francisco, CA 94117

  3. Tattfoo rejected by Arts & Healing Network

    Dear Tattfoo,

    Thank you for nominating yourself for the 2014 AHN Awards. We had many strong applicants this year, and after careful deliberation, we are sorry to say that we are not able to offer you an AHN Award at this time. 

    We, here at the Arts & Healing Network, truly appreciated learning about the wonderful work you do in the world. I was personally very moved by your passion and commitment to using art to heal. I guess we’ll see this letter on your “iheartrejectionletters” site, which lends a surreal quality to the crafting of this missive, you can be sure!

    If you would like to learn more about this year’s awardees, we will be announcing them in a few weeks on our web site at http://www.artheals.org/projects/ahn_award.html

    I am including a list at the end of this email of funding resources for healing artists. I hope that it is of help to you as you navigate your path as a healing artist in the world.

    We hope that the Arts & Healing Network can be a source of inspiration for you in your journey as a healing artist. If you have any questions or trouble finding what you are looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact me. 

    Tristy Taylor

    Director of Communication and Outreach

    ARTS & HEALING NETWORK

    An online resource celebrating the connection between art and healing

  4. Tattfoo rejected by Seattle Office of Arts and Culture

    Tattfoo Tan:

    Thank you for responding to our call for artists for the Waterfront Seattle Public Piers. The call received a great response, with applications from over 340 artists from 38 US states and 23 nations. A panel of five professionals in the arts and design fields selected a shortlist of five artists for interviews. After meeting with the finalists, the panel recommended the selection of Ann Hamilton for the Public Piers commission. A link to the announcement is here .

    The city of Seattle will issue two calls for the waterfront this summer, one focused on play and another focused on the Coast Salish presence and history on the Seattle waterfront. I hope you will follow our progress and consider applying for future commissions. All calls will be posted on the Office of Arts and Culture website, at this URL . That page also includes a link you can use to join our public art mailing list.

    Best regards,

    Eric Fredericksen

  5. Tattfoo rejected by San Francisco Arts Commission

    Dear Tattfoo,

    Thank you for submitting an application to the Alameda Creek Watershed public art project. We were pleased to see your portfolio in the mix for consideration. The selection panel met recently and selected Mark Brest van Kempen, Jackie Brookner and Stacy Levy, and Dan Corson as finalists for the commission. Unfortunately, your application was not selected for advancement.

    We have many projects coming down the pipeline this year, and I will keep my eye out for anything that may be a good fit for your work. In the meantime, please keep me updated on your shows and projects.

    All the best,
    Zoe

    Zoë Taleporos

    Public Art Program Associate


    San Francisco Arts Commission
    25 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 345
    San Francisco, CA 94102

  6. Tattfoo rejected by Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art

    Dear Tattfoo, 

    Thank you for your recent application for FLUID.  Over 500 submissions were received and the review was extremely competitive. We regret to inform you that the guest juror did not select you for inclusion in the FLUID exhibition this Spring. 

    Attached is a resource list of other art venues that you might consider submitting a proposal to or applying for a residency.

    Again, thank you for sharing your work and good luck with your artistic endeavors.

    Patrick Grenier
    Director, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art

  7. Tattfoo rejected by Imagine Art Fairfax Public Art Engagement Project

    Tattfoo Tan:

    Many thanks for taking part in the Imagine Art Here Public Art Engagement RFQ. We enjoyed reviewing the 134 submissions. There were many creative approaches, and the selection committee had a difficult time narrowing the pool to 4 finalists. Although your work didn’t make it to the final round, we hope to offer further public art opportunities in Fairfax County and that you’ll consider applying for a future call.

    Thank you very much again for your submission.

  8. Tattfoo Rejected by Socrates Sculpture Park

    Dear Tattfoo,

    On behalf of The Architectural League, Socrates Sculpture Park, and the Folly Jury, we want to thank you for your proposal for Folly.

    We received over 170 impressive applications for this program and are delighted that the topic and opportunity were compelling enough to inspire this response. Because we could only select a single project, the selection process was challenging for all involved. Although your work was not selected for Folly, we encourage you to attend the League’s and Socrates’ openings and stay involved in our upcoming programming.

    We look forward to staying in touch for upcoming architectural projects.

    Many thanks and very best,

    Anne Rieselbach
    Program Director
    The Architectural League of New York

    Elissa Goldstone
    Exhibition Program Manager
    Socrates Sculpture Park

  9. Generic Microsoft Sales Rejection Letter

    Thank you for your interest in the Microsoft Retail Store.


    There were many individuals who applied for this position, which made the selection process difficult. Based on our overall assessment of all applicants and the interviews conducted, we will be moving forward with other candidates who best meet our needs.

    We appreciate the time and interest you have shown in exploring the possibility of joining with us and we wish you success in all of your endeavors.

    Sincerely,

    Microsoft Store Recruitment Team

  10. Tattfoo rejected by Breckenridge Arts

    Dear sculptors, on behalf of the Town of Breckenridge and the Breckenridge Public Art Commission, I would like to thank you for taking the time to submit your application for the North Roundabout Sculpture. We were very pleased at the response. We were especially pleased at the quality and diversity of sculptures that we reviewed. Unfortunately, we are only able to select 4 finalists to prepare proposals and maquettes. We are sorry that you and/or your team were not selected as a finalist. We hope that you will keep an eye on Breckenridge. Our dedication to the arts and the Public Art Program will present future creative opportunities.

    Sincerely,

    Jenn Cram,
    Manager of the Breckenridge Arts District and Public Art Program