EDA EVENTS BOOKING PROCEDURE
- Send your request to use the EDA to DMA Administrative Manager Kyle Clausen at firstname.lastname@example.org a minimum of 4 weeks prior to your proposed event.
- Please include the following information in your email request:
Once an email request is received, Kyle Clausen will review the DMA master
calendar with DMA Events Coordinator Brenda Williams to make sure there are no
If the dates are available, Kyle Clausen will forward your request to EDA
Supervisor Gareth Walsh for his review. At this point, you will likely be asked for
more detailed information regarding the proposed event.
Gareth Walsh will review the scope, feasibility and staffing availability for the
proposed event. Any questions or concerns will be shared with you at that time.
If all seems clear and OK, Kyle Clausen will contact you to approve the event,
and it is then -- only then -- the event will get scheduled on the DMA master
calendar by Brenda Williams.
- Type of event (lecture, exhibition, installations, performance, etc) ?
- Proposed date(s) of event?
- Time and duration of the event (including set-up before and take-down after your
- Detailed event description?
- Anticipated attendance?
While all requests will be considered as quickly as possible, you can generally
expect to hear from us within 2-3 weeks after submitting your request. Thank you for
Use of the upper level in the EDA for end of the quarter class exhibitions is
restricted to exam week only (week 11). Class EDA requests for exam week received by
Kyle Clausen by the end of week 5 will receive booking priority. Maximum time
allowed for installation and de-installation of class exhibitions will be 12 hrs.
Classes using the immersive projection and/or surround sound system can reserve the
lower level if available.
Mid-quarter class use of the EDA. Requests should be received by end of week 2.
GRADUATE SOLO SHOWS
All graduate solo shows must be contained in the upper graduate gallery.