Session One will take place from June 8 to 24; the "Work on Your Own" stage is from June 15 to 21; and Session Two takes place from June 22 to 28. Students may enroll in one or both sessions and can also register for the "Work on Your Own." The symposium is open to all levels of carvers. Faculty experienced in ornate architectural carving, figure, large-scale and lettering will be on hand to assist attendees one-on-one with their works. The registration deadline is May 12, 2003. Tuition per session is $650; $825 with "Work on Your Own;" or $1,400 for all. Tuition includes a limestone block up to 8 cubic feet, cut to the dimensions specified by the student; a banker (carving bench); electricity; a hose to an air compressor; breakfast; lunch; workshops; lectures; and on-site camping. For more information or to register, contact the faculty by telephone at 812-334-3100; e-mail: email@example.com; Internet: www.artlives.org.