Program Submission Guidelines
Programs that do not meet Public Events deadlines will not be accepted! Please plan ahead. Faculty are responsible for sending accurate, proof-read copy with their programs. Please make sure your program information is correct and free from typos before sending it to the Public Events Office.
FAS (Faculty Artist Series)
- Program deadlines: All material must be received three weeks prior to the date of your recital.
- Program information for Faculty Artist Series concerts should be submitted as an attachment via email to email@example.com.
- Use the and follow directions at top. Save your program as a RTF file.
- Do not put copy in all caps.
- If program notes are being considered for your program, they MUST be submitted as one file and are due with your program. Please remember that program notes are at the discretion of the office based on available space and length of notes.
- Personnel lists must be submitted in a single column on the left margin and be listed as first name–last name.
Finished programs for events in Bryan Recital Hall and off-campus will be placed in your mailbox. Programs for events in Kobacker Hall are delivered to the Scheduling Manager/House Manager.
If you have any questions with the FAS programs, please feel free to contact the Public Events Office, firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by office 2107.
LARGE ENSEMBLE PROGRAMS
Large Ensemble programs are designed and printed through the Publications Office
- Program information should be submitted as an attachment via email to email@example.com. Please put in the subject : For example: For Wind Symphony November 12, 2011 program
- Use this program template and follow directions at the top. Save your program as an RTF file.
- Do not put copy in all caps
- Personnel lists must be submitted in a single column on the left margin and be listed as first name, last name
- You will be given a proof of the program for your corrections; Please adhere to deadlines to get the proof back to us in order to make corrections and be printed
- Members of large ensembles must wait until after the concert for left over programs; In the event that there are none left over, we will print more
SMALL ENSEMBLE/GUEST ARTISTS/MASTER CLASSES
Small ensemble programs, guest artist and master classes are the responsibility of the faculty presenting them. Each program should have the CMA logo on it which can be downloaded from the CMA website. For examples of acceptable guest artist programs see these samples: sample 2
Printing of these programs:
If more than 75 are needed or it is an extensive program, the finished program can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than one week prior to the event in order to be sent to the printer
If less than 75 are needed please put in copy box in main office for student copies
SPECIAL EVENT PROGRAMS
Special events such as Festival Series, McMaster series, Dubois Competition, Hansen Series or other donor related events are typically done in the publications office and proofed by faculty assigned.