Invitation to participate at the Exhibition ' International Aspects on drawing'
at The Galeristic Space (future art gallery) , Sintra, Portugal With handmade works of drawing ( old or new, ] or more, coloured or not). (please write your sinature and your e-mail on the back) Catalog each 25 artists. Sizes and theme free.
them. Thank you!
About Rita Da Costa :
Projects Other projects:
martyn brown <email@example.com>
I am curating an exhibition of Mail Art for the Art in Woodstock festival
taking place in October 2008.
This is an invitation to you to send a mail art postcard to me on the theme 'Woodstocks around the world'.
Any style of material is fine - but please use postcard size.
all works received are being published on the www.on artinwoodstock.com
Please send this invitation to anyone else who might be interested. The postcards will be exhibited in The Oxfordshire Museum, Woodstock; and they will be held in the museum collection for future exhibitions.
c/o The Oxfordshire Museum Park Street
Oxfordshire 0x20 1Ja
The south coast Collage Collective invites all artists to participate in our mail art show
The seashore or coastal themes are encouraged.
All work will be exhibited at Bandon Artist Supply's watermark gallery
for the month of July 2008. A reception for the public will be held on Saturday,
July 5th, from 3-5 pm, with a private artists' party to follow.
Send your artist-created 4"x6" (10x15 cm.) postcard in an envelope along with a SASE (if within the US), or a SAE with IRC (if international), for documentation to:
SCCC Mail Art,
480 Douglas Av SW,
Bandon-by-the-Sea, OR 97411
deadline: postmarked by Friday, June 13th, 2008.
No artwork will be returned; postcards could be offered for sale as a fundraiser for the SCCC, or remain as part of their permanent collection. An effort will be made to document the show and artists on-line, as well.
Questions can be directed to:
Dear friends and mail artists,
Although I only just published this year's edition of Bizarre Cities (http://mailworks.blogspot.com/), I like to already announce the theme for the next issue. This time I like to explore the theme of
All the global conspiracy theorists, CCTV collectors, state security lovers and street art activists among you are cordially invited to contribute.
The rules are the same as always: please submit 25 copies of a visual artwork (try to remain creative and avoid the "I want to be in" b/w photocopy, please. Bizarre Cities always contains a good number of "traditional" art techniques, like etchings, woodcuts or drawings). Texts are most welcome and could be submitted electronically.
For this theme I could also imagine receiving some short videos which would be burned on a CD and published together with the magazine.
I would suggest that your contribution should arrive
not later than 31 December 2008.
Please let me know if you are interested. This makes it easier for resource planning and will avoid surprises at the censorship offices.
I am looking forward hearing from you.
97, Avenue du Val d'Or