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Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) commented on Jeremy Ng's blog post More coloured pencil works from Atte Ourie
"Who is Atte Ourie? And who has an address for Atte in Helsinki,Finland????"
6 hours ago
Jeremy Ng might attend Uwe Klein's event

mail art call "Maria" at Offene BehindertenArbeit

January 29, 2019 to January 28, 2020
Jeremy Ng posted blog posts
Jeremy Ng joined MoriceMarcuse's group

Tristan Da Cunha Permanent Exibition Supporting Group

Helping to Start a Permanent exhibition on the Island most Far and isolated on  the planet TRISTAN DA CUNHA Please send one of your Art Work to : Post Office & Philatelic Bureau Tristan da Cunha, TDCU 1ZZ South Atlantic OceanSee More
Aug 14
Jeremy Ng joined Bruce Grenville's group

Embassy of Occussi-Ambeno

A group for Occussian artists and philatelists, and for all who enjoy the stamps of the Sultanate of Occussi-Ambeno.See More
Aug 14
Jeremy Ng left a comment for Atte Ourie
"Thank you very much for your card! I will upload it in my blog shortly. Could I please have your address? I will like to send you a card/emvelope shortly. Cheers, Jeremy"
Aug 14
Jeremy Ng joined John Gayer's group

Conceptual Mail Art Projects

This is a place for listing mail art project ideas – however impossible, theoretical or incomplete they might be. Think of it as an archive or a dumping ground for projects that haven’t yet or cannot, practically speaking, be realised. Think of it also as a bank of ideas that may inspire  other mail artists. See More
Aug 12
Jeremy Ng joined Maria Morisot's group


This group is for making and exchanging chapbooks and zines.See More
Aug 12
Mary Anne replied to Jeremy Ng's discussion Mail Art Exhibitions without documentation/catalogue in the group Ask Anything
"Hi Carl.  Maybe my previous ramble misled you a little: Where a gallery/museum/exhibition space runs a Mail Art exhibition, asking for contributions from Mail Artist (that is: artists who use the vagaries postal system as a part of the creative…"
Aug 9
Jeremy Ng replied to Jeremy Ng's discussion Mail Art Exhibitions without documentation/catalogue in the group Ask Anything
"Thanks for reminding me that I have no control over my work once it enters the postal system. It means that I should let go of my attachment to my work and just learn to entrust it to the postman once I have given it my best shot. No, I don't…"
Aug 9
Jeremy Ng commented on Jeremy Ng's blog post My submission for a Dada/Fluxux Exhibition.
Aug 9
Jeremy Ng posted a blog post
Aug 9
carl baker replied to Jeremy Ng's discussion Mail Art Exhibitions without documentation/catalogue in the group Ask Anything
"jeremy, yes me too, whatever mary anne said, a mail art project should provide some kind of documentation, even a message saying it was received is good. the germans and dutch are very good at making nice printed catalogs of the work received, i…"
Aug 8
Mary Anne replied to Jeremy Ng's discussion Mail Art Exhibitions without documentation/catalogue in the group Ask Anything
"Quite simply; you do the work (that is a thing unto itself) and then you send it out (or not). Whether it is exhibited or not, catalogued or not, whether the the person (or persons) you send to like it, keep it or throw it away, whether the dog eats…"
Aug 8
Jeremy Ng added a discussion to the group Ask Anything

Mail Art Exhibitions without documentation/catalogue

Hi All,I would like to hear your thoughts/views on participating in exhibitions where there is no mention of any documentation of the received artworks. I personally feel that an online catalogue (be it on a website, free blog sites or Facebook postings) should be available for the participants/online visitors to view each others' pieces. Additionally, a catalogue would also mean that the artworks are recorded for posterity (however that long is in the digital media). Cheers! See More
Aug 8
Jeremy Ng might attend Uta Richter's event

4thInternational Mail Art Exhibition at ProjetM@MottattoM, Geneva at MottattoM

June 5, 2020 at 6pm to August 26, 2020 at 7pm
Our gallery space projetM@MottattoM is looking for participants in ourunique mail art show in July/August 2020Free theme, size + techniqueMail a stamped postcard or mail-art piece with your name, address andemail by June 20th toprojetM@MottattoM, 20 bis av. Giuseppe Motta, 1202Geneva, Switzerlanddead line for arrival: 20th of JUNE 2020All submissions MUST be sent through the mail. All pieces mailed withinthe specified timeframe will be included in the exhibition and there is nolimit to the…See More
Aug 8

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Mail-Artist since:
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Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
The interaction of stamp, postmark, art and paper is too good to be true.
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Jeremy Ng
C/O T. Schiller
21, Gwinganna Crescent
Holden Hill
SA 5088

Jeremy Ng's Blog

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At 9:29pm on August 2, 2019, Carolyn Cline said…

Jeremy, just put 2 Add&Passes in the mail for you!

At 3:26pm on August 1, 2019, De Villo Sloan said…

hi jeremy, glad you are thinking about travel mai art. And send anything anytime. Regards, DVS

At 8:28pm on July 19, 2019, Carolyn Cline said…

Welcome to the Add&Pass group! Send to me anytime. I love A&P

Hugs, Carolyn

At 6:05pm on November 9, 2017, Bradford said…

Just click on my name/page.  All my info is there.



At 3:39pm on November 8, 2017, Bradford said…

I would be glad to send Artistamps for one of the 100th Anniversary covers.

At 10:10pm on December 26, 2014, Celestino Neto said…
At 4:47pm on July 8, 2014, Richard BAUDET said…

Hello  Jeremy Ng  !

I am still awaiting your MA ...

At 4:45pm on April 9, 2014, Petrolpetal said…

one other thing - make sure your address is on everything you send out. It wasn't on the piece you sent me and that is why I probably didn't respond immediately. I probably put it aside to look your address up later and got sidetracked!

At 4:43pm on April 9, 2014, Petrolpetal said…

My apologies - I am one of those at fault. I thought I had thanked you. I have a piece of mail art ready for you and I will be sending it in the next day or two. Don't be discouraged. It takes a while to build up momentum - but it is true that the more you send the more you will receive. Also take the time to comment on others blogs or the photos that others have uploaded and people will get to know you and be more likely to send. Keep at it though, the rewards will far outweigh the frustration in the end. I think a response rate of about 50% ( what Richard Baudet refers to in his experience) is however about what is average. I think it may even be lower than that depending on how careful you are about who to send to. I for example send a piece to all new members - and i suspect my response rate is way lower than 50% - but the effort is worth it for me for the few individuals who respond with excitement that they received their first unexpected mail art from me!  It is getting a bit too expensive for me though...

At 4:25pm on April 9, 2014, Richard BAUDET said…

Hello Jeremy  NJ !  I am in the same case of you !

I sent more than 90 ..( ninety) mail art .from December 2013 !

And only half   share me with  an enveloppe to day ...!I am very desappointed !

 I go on to hope...

But you could try with me , my address is on my page,

and I'll be pleased  to reply by return!  Friendly ,Richard Baudet





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