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CALL for ENTRIES: Turquoise

2015 March 17

Learn more about the Turquoise Mail Art Call!don’t be

There aren’t really any naturally-occurring blue foods–of which I am aware.  But maybe that is why I’m not a fan of color blue, with the exceptions of navy (almost purple) & turquoise (high green only).  Blue foods scream, “Plastic” every time I see them–from icing on cakes to the blue tongues of toddlers eating shaved ice.  I know; my food quirks never end.  This next Call is just the perfect shade away from blue.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from curator Monika Mori for Turquoise, an International Mail Art Project.  There is no entry fee.  If you’re looking to add an international line to your resume or just break out of a creative rut, here’s a great opportunity…

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Learn more about the Turquoise Mail Art Call!CALL for ENTRIES:


ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

THEME:  Turquoise

MEDIA:  15 x 10cm  (or 6″ x 4″) Postcards

DEADLINE:  Postmarked by March 31, 2015

NOTIFICATION:  All postcards properly addressed & postmarked will be included


Learn more about the Turquoise Mail Art Call!CURATOR:  Monika Mori, an Austrian contemporary multimedia artist creates playful moody paintings & collages celebrating experiences & emotions animated by dazzling colors.  Mori communicates through her works and wants to re-animate, in the native word-sense!  It is a language unto itself and there is merit to all interpretations.  The strength of her paintings reflect the strength of Mori herself, and the intensity of the message she has to convey.  Since 2008, her work has been exhibited worldwide and is included in major and private collection.

DOCUMENTATION:  Your artwork will be exhibited online in the blog TURQUOISE, an extensive catalog or book is possible if sponsors are found for the project.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more about the Turquoise Mail Art Call!

2 Responses
  1. laura stringhini permalink
    March 19, 2015


  2. Robert Lewis permalink
    March 27, 2015

    This is a really cool idea, Thanks,

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