29 February 2016
For the month of March, the Museum is soliciting mail art on the theme of "Sunrise and Sunset". All contributions become the property of the Museum, and will be photographed for our Facebook page prior to being put on display.
Please mail to:
The Provo Museum of Mail Art.
650 W 100 N #115
Provo Utah 84601
20 February 2016
19 February 2016
16 February 2016
I’m writing to let you know about our Call For Artists 2016, currently kicking off this Monday, February 22nd, in the hopes that you may be encouraged to send word on to any artists that follow the Mail Art Projects blog. We are hoping to fill our limited roster for the next five sessions.
Post Exchange is a collaborative project that strives to prompt creative play and encourage interest in the arts through the exchange of mailed postcards. Every 2 months between February and November, participants receive a card to decorate with a partner, mailing the card back and forth in a game of art tic-tac-toe. The finished cards are lively and experimental.
Please find attached our official Flyer (in .jpg and .pdf) and selected images of work from past submissions. We’d be thrilled if you can let your readers know about our event.
More information and images can be found on our website, PostExchange.cards
Best wishes and I look forward to answering any questions you may have about our Call For Artists 2016!
Janette Anne Santos
Marketing & Outreach Coordinator
12 February 2016
Let's Do Shakespeare!
2016 is the year in which we will mark the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. A series of programmes, exhibitions and creative activities throughout United Kingdom and in the rest of the world will celebrate the legacy of famous playwright.
However, Droitwich Spa is connected with Shakespeare in a much more profound way. John Heminges who was, together with Henry Condell, the editor of Shakespeare's First Folio, was born in the town in 1566. He was Shakespeare's close associate and an actor who was, allegedly, the first Falstaff ever in The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Droitwich Arts Network invites the artists to send us their mail art inspired by Shakespeare, his plays, main characters, John Heminges and the world of 16th century theatre.
No jury, no fees, no return of the works
No racist, sexist or obscene submissions will be admitted
Size: max. A4
Technique: Collage, drawing, poetry, visual poetry, typography, painting, engraving, photography, etc.
Artist's /artwork's details: Please give us clearly written - your name, title of the work, email address, website (if any)
Deadline: 15th May 2016
All mail art submitted will be exhibited during the Art Week in Droitwich Spa (21 - 30 May 2016, a venue tba) and published on Droitwich Mail Art website
Please send your mail art on the following address:
Let's Do Shakespeare!
Droitwich Arts Network
19 Impney Way
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org