I'm passing along another mail art call in case you're interested.
ARTSY MAIL EXHIBIT GUIDELINES
Please submit original work.
Envelope art- no larger than 6”x9” (This is preferred)
Collaged and/or Painted Postcards - no larger than 5”x7”
Tags - no larger than 6.25” x 3.25”
ATC’s - no larger than 3”x5”
Most mediums are fine as long as it is flat as we will be placing your work behind glass.
Place your return address on the BACK of the envelope. This will ensure your privacy.
You will be acknowledged as the artist by an ID card that I will include next to your art. I will include your First Name, City and State .
I prefer real Postage stamps rather than metered postage.
Please understand that your mail art will NOT be returned to you as it will
remain as part of the display.
Please understand that your mail art will NOT be sold or given away.
Please understand that this is NOT a mail art swap. Meaning, you won’t be receiving mail art from me.
Please be aware that the studio provides a family atmosphere.
We reserve the right not to display your submission if we feel that the
material is deemed offensive.
Artsy Mail Exhibit
5856 S. Lowell Blvd. #32
Littleton, Colorado 80123
For March 19th Exhibit, please submit no later than March 12th
Thank you and have fun!
Would prints of our art be acceptable?
Polly's description above says "Please submit original work, so I'd guess not. You'd have to contact Polly directly to find out for sure.. Her email address is in the ad - email@example.com
What happens to the art after the show?
Hi Fran, thanks for your interest. In this case, I'll accept prints of your original. If you have any questions, please email me at
EnvelopeArt@yahoo.com Thanks, Polly
Hi Ruth, thank you for your interest. Mail Art will remain as part of the exhibit's collection and will not be returned. Please know that it will not be sold, given away or discarded. Please contact me if you have further questions. Thank you, Polly
Thanks, Polly. I can't believe I lost track of the deadline. Hope you have a wonderful exhibit. Looking forward to the next one.
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