Donate to Philippines Relief Effort to Receive Monoprint Art Print by NYC Artist

Nov 14th, Monoprint by Michael Krasowitz

Nov 14th, Monoprint by Michael Krasowitz

Have you been thinking of donating to the Philippines Relief effort? Donate in any amount to support this cause. Donate $150 dollars or more to receive this mono print by Michael Krasowitz. The first person to donate at least $150 and send their donation confirmation line to Marie Kazalia via Facebook messages, will receive the signed mono print in the mail. Michael Krasowitz has two more mono prints that he has offered to donors as well.

Now is your chance to donate directly to the relief campaign account of UN Ambassador Mr Carlos Slim Helu who is currently in the Philippines working on rebuilding efforts.

They do not have time to set up a website, and are accepting donations to this bank account. You can send securely using Pop Money for a transaction fee of less than one dollar.

DONATION ACCOUNT INFORMATION:

BANK NAME             :BANK OF AMERICA

BANK ADDRESS       :LOS ANGLES CALIFORNIA,UNITED STATE OF AMERICA

ACCOUNT  NAME      :JORDAN M.WANK

ACCOUNT NUMBER  :04296 24184

ROUTING NUMBER    :026009593

SWIFT NUMBER         :BOFAUS358

Pastor Jordan M. Wank is Project Coordinator Fundacion Telmex Emergency Committee United State Of America

www.fundaciontelmex.org

www.fundacioncentrohistorico. com.mx

www.salud.carlosslim.org

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Inquiry or Enquiry? Getting it right.

Inquiry

Inquiry (Photo credit: Marco Buonvino)

Many artists hard at work making multiple submissions weekly may send email to an art publishing company, for example, requesting their submission policy and guidelines. In the email subject line should the artist type Artist Inquiry or Artist Enquiry? Which is correct?

According to the Grammar Monster entry on inquiry vs enquiry, in both the USA and UK they are interchangeable words. However, in the UK the word inquiry denotes an investigation, while the word enquiry refers to a question asked.

In the USA, the word inquiry is more widely used and often the word enquiry is thought to be a misspelling of the word inquiry.

So, in practice, enquire and enquiry are more common in British English, and inquire and inquiry are more common in American English. This usage difference may be something to consider to help smooth over differences when doing business internationally. Little things can matter. Also, consider that Australia, India, South Africa, Hong Kong still commonly use British English, while American English may generally be preferred in other parts of the world, such as in Japan, S. Korea, Philippines, and Mexico. In Canada, it may be case by case–some use British English, some American English. When sending email to an arts professional in the USA perhaps it is best to use inquiry to avoid the appearance of a misspelled word. When sending an email to an arts professional in the UK you may want to use the preferred enquiry.