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CALL for ENTRIES: Correspondence

2014 October 11

Learn more from the Crossing Arts Alliance!you can still send
CHOCOLATE

by mail

Could you live without receiving mail?  I am not talking about email.  I cannot even imagine not having email access.  But, snail mail–could you live without it?  What if correspondence became an important, indulgent luxury?  What if junk mail disappeared in lieu of beautiful, hand-written postcards, letters and recipe cards?  Sign me up.  Instead of e-holiday cards, why not send out a few hot chocolate recipes this year.  This next Call for Entries is a great source of inspiration.  Take a look at this one…

Check out this Call for Entries from Crossing Arts Alliance (Brainerd, MN) for Correspondence 2014, an int’l mail art exhibit at the Q Gallery in the Franklin Arts Center.  No entry fee, no juror, no awards.  Sounds like a great resume builder to me…

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Learn more from Crossing Arts Alliance!CALL for ENTRIES:
Correspondence

 

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  All mediums will be accepted–mixed media/collage, painting, drawing, text/poetry, printmaking, photography, digital art, sculptural objects, etc.  Individual formats explained here.

DEADLINE:  Received by November 12, 2014

NOTIFICATION:  None.  All hung

ENTRY FEE:  None

JUROR:  None.  All hung

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more about the International Mail Art Exhibition!

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