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Comment by Ruud Janssen on March 4, 2012 at 12:55pm

Rat Mail invites artists to create mail art to be exhibited on the theme of Cyborgs and Posthuman Culture.


Requirements for Submissions

To participate in this exhibition, please review the following guidelines:

• All submissions must relate to the theme. 

• Format – All types of media are encouraged so long as it can be sent through regular mail

• Size – all formats are welcome

• Include – Name, Address, Email

• Note – This exhibition is not juried and no fees are required


Deadline for submission is September 3, 2012

Submissions should be sent by postal mail to:

Rat Mail

Marnie Blair

29-2022 Pacific Way

Kamloops, British Columbia

V1S 1T1, Canada


Comment by Ruud Janssen on March 4, 2012 at 12:53pm

Dear mail art friends.
Here is my open call for a charitable mail art Exhibition in Germany.

Today and Tomorrow


International MAIL ART Exhibition in Bad Aibling (near Munich)
November/December 2012



Title: Today and Tomorrow
Technique: free - painting, drawing, print, collage, Postcards, Artistamps, small sculptures (without frame or glass)
Only original works will be accepted, photocopies or e-mails of works will not be accepted.

Size: post card (10x15 cm) to A4 (19x29,7 cm), 3d.
All works must be sent by regular mail with postage stamps.
Works will not be returned, they will all be exhibited.
All proceeds will be donated for charitable purpose i in the region of Bad Aibling.

Deadline: October 20, 2012

The exhibition will be presented in Bad Aibling (near Munich) from November 19th to December 15th 2012 at Art Association Bad Aibling.

Documentation will be sent to everyone.

Online catalogue on the website:


Works can be sent to:
Dragan Jukic
Sonnenstr. 3c
83043 Bad Aibling


Please do not forget to include your address and e-mail

Comment by Susanna Lakner on March 1, 2012 at 9:32am


Technique, size: Free

Deadline: April 10, 2012

No jury, no return.


April,  2012: Lajos Kossuth Community Centre and Library

Nagyrábé, Hungary,  
August, 2012: International Mail Art Colony,
Hernádkak, Hungary,
Photo documentation in SpanishFlu Netjournal of Art,
Send to:

Bárányok / Lambs

Kossuth Lajos Művelődési Ház és Könyvtár

Rétszentmiklósi út 2/A
H-4173 Nagyrábé

Comment by Ruud Janssen on February 28, 2012 at 7:05am



Send artwork about waterfalls or commercial postcards of waterfalls. 


This show will be on view in the National Park Service Visitor Center in Stehekin, Washington.  You can also view the show on our website: 


We want viewers in the Visitor Center to see at a glance not only your artwork and postcards but also your stamps, cancellation, messages -- the evidence that this was sent thru the mail by a person.  Please go to our website to see suggestions and examples of how to post your mail so viewers can see both your artwork/postcard and your stamps etc. at the same time:   


We aren’t able to return your entries.  There is no Jury.  All entries must be suitable for viewing by families with young children.


Size: Postcard size

Send one or two entries.

Deadline:  Aim for April 1st 2012 but it’s a soft deadline.

Exhibit dates:  April 15th to July 8th


Stehekin Mailart

P.O. Box 301

Stehekin, Washington

98852   USA


Comment by Ruud Janssen on February 23, 2012 at 5:45pm

@Val No, don't know; ask the organizer......

Comment by Valentine Mark Herman on February 23, 2012 at 4:54pm

Hi Ruud! Re the John Cale 100th, do you know if there will be an Exhibition, and, if so, where and when?

Thanks and regards, Val

Comment by Ruud Janssen on February 23, 2012 at 4:23pm

Comment by Ruud Janssen on February 21, 2012 at 6:09pm

Mailart Call Kalevala


As preparation for an artist residency in Finland I am reading the Kalevala. Finland’s epic. It tells everything from the history of the world to how to make decent homebrew.


Send me your vision on the Kalevala.

Postcards, 10X15 cm only, all techniques. No returns, no fee, answer to all.

Exhibition at Art-café Kolin Ryynànen, Koli, Finland in August 2012.

Deadline June 1st 2012


Send to

Miranda Vissers

Jo Goudkuillaan 2

5626 GC Eindhoven

The Netherlands

Comment by Ruud Janssen on February 20, 2012 at 6:55am


At February 29th 2012 (the leap day) the project GLOBALIZATION-CONNECTIONS-TIME takes place.

You are invited to join the 'Snowball' mail-art project by creating a postcard on this day and send it to Kunsthalle Hannover where it will be exhibited in March and on the next leap day Feb 29, 2016.


Subject 'Snowball'

„Snowball“ can be associated with winter, childhood, climate (change), speed, movement, colour, form, ...


On the back of your postcard please write:

-      title of your work

-      date of February 29th 2012

-      your name, city, country

-      and the name of artist duo Topp & Dubio who has invited you


This project is in itself a snowball effect, so please forward this information immediately to artists of your choice with the same request for creating a postcard on that day and to forward the information again to other artists of their choice, etc, etc.


Please send your mail-art to the following address:


Kunsthalle Hannover

Project February 29th 2012

Yasemin Yilmaz / Topp & Dubio

Zur Bettfedernfabrik 3

D-30451 Hannover/Germany


Your mail-art will immediately be part of the current exhibition there with a network installation and will be shown until March 18th 2012.


No fees, no returns.


Thank you for your participation!


Topp & Dubio



Comment by Ruud Janssen on February 13, 2012 at 6:08pm




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