Sample Inquiry Letters:

"request to the media relations director of a museum for .doc file versus .pdf file"



 

Volunteers write email letters on behalf of TFAO from their own computers using their personal email addresses. The following letter may be used as a template for tailoring an email to the media relations director of a museum requesting a .doc file versus .pdf file.

 

Subject: (name of exhibition)
 
 
Dear
 
We will be pleased to publish a publicity article for the above exhibit. The release is available as a PDF file but we are unable to copy it for our use. Could you please send the release as a Word document or by the copy and paste method in an email? We welcome you to send available text from a gallery guide, exhibition wall panels, label copy, checklist, etc. to augment the press release text. We would also appreciate .jpg images, with captions. Full information on submissions may be found at http://tfaoi.org/articles/about1.htm
 
Resource Library also welcomes essays and articles by exhibition curators which are published separately from publicity articles. This particular service is described at http://tfaoi.org/aa/4aa/4aa338l.htm for institutional sources. Usually scholarly articles and essays by named authors are unaccompanied by images.
 
Best regards,
 
 
 
TFAO Volunteer
 
Traditional Fine Arts Organization
a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering education in American art through advocacy, publications and research
www.tfaoi.org
 
 
PS: To learn more about volunteering at TFAO please see <http://www.tfaoi.org/aa/4aa/4aa60.htm>.

 

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