Thursday, September 12, 2013

Mail Art Book, SF

mail/art/book" Via Jennie Hinchcliff
If you’d like to submit work for the “mail/art/book” show, take a look at the details below; head over to the XPF Newsroom to download a copy of the postcard front and back!
THEME: “mail/art/book”
Artists are invited to submit work exploring the intersection between mail art and artists’ books, in whatever way, shape, or form that may take. Mail art, artistamps, artists’ books, and other artworks that can be mailed and relate to the theme of mail/art/books are encouraged.
POSTMARK DEADLINE: October 15th, 2013
FORMAT: work must be sent directly through the postal service. Please apply postage directly to your work.
TECHNIQUE: All techniques and mediums accepted including mixed media, collage, montage, sculpture, painting, printmaking, photography, etc.
NON-RETURNABLE. NO ENTRY FEE. ALL WORK WILL BE SHOWN.
Documentation in the form of an address list and art zine will be sent to participating artists. Please include your mailing address. The San Francisco Center for the Book will produce a print catalog of the exhibit, which will be available for sale at the opening reception and throughout the show (February 14-April 30, 2014)
This show is curated by Jennie Hinchcliff and John Held Jr. and hosted by the San Francisco Center for the Book.
MAIL ENTRY TO:
Jennie Hinchcliff  attn: mail/art/book
PO Box 170271, San Francisco, CA. 94117
(Artwork submitted for the exhibition becomes part of the Red Letter Day archive)
By submitting artwork for this exhibit, you agree that both the San Francisco Center for the Book and Jennie Hinchcliff/Red Letter Day can photograph and use images of your work for future publication and press materials. Additionally, the artist also agrees that they will not receive any direct financial compensation from either the San Francisco Center for the Book or Jennie Hinchcliff/Red Letter Day.
Questions? Contact Jennie at redletterdayzine@gmail.com
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