If the internet does what it promises, I’ve just made a deadline.
A couple weeks ago an email came through with an RFP (Request For Proposal) to create a sculpture around the entrance of an art museum. The sculpture had to be functional (as a shield from the elements above the doorway) as well as durable.
Well, I did some trial runs on a couple ideas with various materials, settled on one that I think will work out well, and tracked down budget information. All this in between getting ready for and going to the wedding. The deadline for submission is now a minute away as I type this. So, as long as my emails got delivered, I should be fine. Some large picture files had me worried – had to separate them out to get them through.
Only have to wait 10 days to find out which proposal/artist gets selected. The turn-around time is really short for the actual work, too. If I ‘get the job’, I’ll be busy for the next two months – the sculpture needs to be installed by November 21.
I’ll fill in all the details after the 14th – don’t want to influence anything, one way or the other.
4 Replies to “RFP or bust!”
Every finger crossed! (It’s incredibly hard to type this way, but for you…anything.) 🙂
Hi Judy (and Judy’s readers!),
I just tried to leave the link to my wedding photo’s here but it doesn’t appear to have taken… here’s trying one more time.
The link to my photos of Greg and Sam’s recent wedding is:
– Dave Motsinger 🙂
Oh…. and before I forget again…. best of luck on your RFP!!!
We’ll be looking forward to good news for you concerning your proposal!
Thanks, Gin and Dave! And thanks, Dave, for the wedding pictures link!