Friday, May 29, 2009
FLUXUS NOW! (four perfs)
Mail art and Fluxus have been closely connected for over 40 years. as a celebration and exploration of the continuing vitality of both practices we are planning a mail art exhibit entitled FLUXUS NOW!.
Size/Medium/Technique: Free. Please send visual poems, soundworks, fluxus boxes, event scores, objects, images, books, booklets, TLPs, broadsides, manifestos, videos, and any other fluxus materials you find and/or create. critiques of this proposal are also welcome and will be included in the exhibit.
No jury. No fees. No returns.
Exhibition: the exhibit will be presented as a part of the 2010 Roanoke Marginal Arts Festival, February 11 - 16, 2010.
Documentation: Please include your email address for notification of documentation. Artwork will be documented on Flickr, as a pdf of the blog zine, and on the blog:
All work will become part of the textimagepoem archive of mail art and visual poetry.
Deadline to be received: February 1, 2010.
525 10th Street SW
Roanoke, VA 24016
Thursday, May 28, 2009
87 Sparkhall Avenue
The Devil - Work will be part of an exhibition shown at the Open House or it's satellite - details forthcoming. Include your email along with your work to be kept up to date on the exhibition. No returns unless postage included or other arrangements are made prior. Documentation to all participants as well as online.
Any questions please contact me at callforentry (at) gmail (dot) com.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Monday, May 25, 2009
Friour Magazine (mail art and poetry on peace related issues) is celebrating its 10th issue next year.Send your contributions on the theme
"PEACE? YOU NAME IT!"
Thomas Vinçottestreet 81,
before July 2009.
Maximum size: A4.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
MAIL ART CALL
Subject : Georges Brassens (his songs, his guitare...)
Size : circle or square (around 8x8 inch / 20x20 cm)
Technique and support : as you like !
Your arts will be seen by all the visitors during the 5th Georges Brassens Festival, near Lyon in France, from the 29th to the 31st of May 2009 !
Please, give us your name, address, email, website and blog to receive news of the exhibition.
Georges Brassens in English :
Date limite: 30 mai 2009
10 rue Micky Barange
69510 Soucieu en Jarrest
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Theme: "Yaroslavl is a glorious city! You won't leave it without a pity!"... No visitor leaves the city behind without a feeling of sadness and longing to return. Yaroslavl is the most beautiful city of the Volga region of Russia. Its unique image has been preserved since ancient times. Amazing architectural masterpieces make Yaroslavl a real Russian treasure and turn the city into a living history. This mail art project is coordinated by professional artist Tatyana Makarova and is devoted to the millennium of history that the people of Yaroslavl will celebrate in 2010.
Size: Maximum A4 (post cards, envelopes, etc.).
Technique/media: No restrictions. But all works must be sent by post with postage stamps.
No fees, no jury, no returns.
Exhibition: Modern Art Center (ARS-Forum), Yaroslavl. Autumn 2010.
Curator of the show is Ekaterina Zmejeva, Yaroslavl. Consultant of the project is Ivan Zemtsov, Yoshkar-Ola.
Documentation: Every participant will receive printed documentation (info, photos, etc.) during 2011.
Deadline to be received: January 25, 2010
P.O. Box 30
Central Post Office
Monday, May 18, 2009
ZOA - Mail Art Zine
ZOA is a small 5” x 7” (12.7 x 17.78 cm) mail art zine. It is not published on a set schedule; it is published every 20 pieces.
Create a 5” x 7” (12.7 x 17.78 cm) piece of mail art (any theme), and send it to me. Once I have 20 pieces of mail art, I will publish a new issue, and send a copy to everyone who contributed. When I receive 20 more pieces of mail art, I will do it again, and so on. The addresses of each mail artist will be printed on the inside front and back covers to help promote mail art exchanges.
Send your mail art to:
716 Princeton Blvd. #21
Lowell, MA 01851
"His death kills me" before May 29 to Robert Varlez, Modardstr 18, 4000 Liège, Belgium.
This project was conceived to honor the memory of the great French Belgian poet Jacques Izoard, who died in July and who was a personal friend. This is an open call however on how you deal with grief, mourning, loss, recovery and so on...
For her mail art call: Corto Maltese
Theme: Illustrate the Corto Maltese’s extraordinary world through his adventures, voyages and meetings.
Documentation and response to all participants.
Artwork will also be archived on my blog: http://mailartpostal.canalblog.com
Please include your name, mailing address, e-mail on the back of the work and website if one exists.
Deadline to be received: June 30, 2009
Avenue Wellington, 4
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
The latest mail Art Call from Miguel Jiminez
Stamps sheets call
Theme: At birth, stamps live all together in a sheet and they come away from it when they become adults... Create one or more stamp sheets for this project.
Any theme, any medium.
Documentation: The "Taller de Zenon" will send you some of his own recent sheets.
Exhibition: All the received stamps sheets will be exhibited in our web-gallery
Size: A4 or A5.
Deadline to be received: December 31, 2009.
El Taller de Zenón
C/ Santa Maria de Guia 1 - 4C