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woensdag 29 januari 2014

Amongst ...

From Chris Vanderheyden, Belgium

Free me

Lost because not shared

BB 11

Talking trees

From Daniel de Culla, Spain

Talking head

From Cristina Blank, Germany


An intercultural WW1 project between young people based in the North East of England and international locations

Marking the Centenary of the First World War, this mail art project for young people (aged 11-25 years) aims to create cross-cultural dialogue and exchange through research and visual art. Theresa Easton, the North East of England Project Manager and Visual Artist, will be working with young people in her region.  The young people will develop creative skills which will be used to make Mail Art which interprets their understanding of WW1 heritage in relation to project themes including:
Trench Art
Women & the War
People’s Stories

If you work with young people and are interested in developing a project with young people in the UK please contact: theresa_easton@yahoo.co.uk or check outhttp://theresaeaston.wordpress.com for information about book art projects.
If you would like to contribute your own Mail Art ideas please post your work to:
Theresa Easton
Ouseburn Warehouse Studios & Workshops
36 Lime Street
Ouseburn Valley
NE1 2PQ 

Deadline for expression of interest: on-going.

maandag 27 januari 2014

Another 1914 Project

The Sziveri János Institute of the Faculty of Modern Philology and Social Sciences at the University of Pannonia

 organises an international mail art exhibition on the occasion of its “Transylvanian Days” (28 March – 5 April 2014) in Veszprém, Hungary.

We kindly request you to contribute to the success of the exhibition with your artwork(s).

The topic is “1914”. 

The place of exhibition: Művészetek Háza (’House of Arts’) (10 Vár Str., 8200 Veszprém, Hungary). Opening: 31 March 2014, 16.00.

We display every artwork which arrives in the form of a small postcard, and can be connected to the topic. Deadline for the arrival of the artworks: 15 March 2014. 

The artworks are going to get to the collection of Sziveri János Institute; and they are going to be on view on the website of the institute. 

The sender’s name, postal and e-mail addresses should be on the postcard.

Curators of the exhibition: Ottó Fenyvesi, János Géczi, Susanna Lakner, Eszter Láng, László Torma (Cauli)

All artworks to be mailed to postal address: 

    Pannon Egyetem MFTK 

Sziveri János Intézet 

Egyetem u. 10. 

H-8200 Veszprém, Hungary

Haiku and Hokusai project

received 25 January 2014

Free medium and size, no mention of a deadline.
Haiku poems and print techniques are more than appreciated

Mail contributions to
Miche Art Universalis
Steenweg op Beersel 9
B-2330 Merksplas


woensdag 22 januari 2014

HACT or NAST zine

HACT magazine pages and freedom of speech project
proposed by OLEG KISEL, Russia
Contributions to be published in the magazine

Speak out your tongue

Digital art creations by Moan Lisa, USA

A HA said the clown

Artistamps by Theo Nelson, Canada

The republic of whimsy

artist book by
Theo Nelson

A tribute to the republic of animals

From Liza Leyla, Belgium

Music for G

From Erica Durante, USA

Fly me to the post office

Otto Sherman, USA

1914 2014 , resist 100 years of war nostalgia

Otto Sherman, USA

The mongers are mongrels

Against all warmongrels

Otto Sherman, USA