Salutations sequential lovers!
This Sunday’s Meeting!
This sunday, November 7th, we will have the widely anticipated Pitch Meeting for our 99 Word Balloons publication with Professors Tom Lyle, Anthony Fiser, and Mia Paluzzi!!
We’re excited to hear what kind of stories you have in mind for our club’s anthology, but let’s go over some important things about this very special meeting:
1. DON’T COME LATE! We plan to start this meeting as fast as possible in order to get through all the pitches as smoothly and quickly as we can so that everyone has a chance to be heard
2. The official SAS meeting will start at 2PM in Norris room 101. However, we know a lot of you have questions about how to properly present your pitch to us and the professors. So If you have questions, the SAS officers will be at Norris an hour early to help you out. We will also have a handout about the rules for the publication, so if you have questions about that, please arrive early as well.
3. No materials are necessary. We are not looking at drawings or scripts during this meeting; there will be plenty of that next quarter. For now, the only thing we’d like you to bring is yourself, and some notes for your own benefit if you so choose.
We will explain how we will go about having everyone pitch on Sunday.
The mascot contest deadline has been extended to November 7th so get those entries in! You can email your mascot to email@example.com or hand them in to an officer at the meeting.
Entries received after Midnight on November 7th will not be accepted. Sorry.
We encourage entries to not just be a picture, but a whole reference and biography of the character.
And don’t forget, you can check the blog at blog.scad.edu/sas for other information about SAS or shoot us an email if you have other questions.
Take care my lovelies!