Tallie Jones
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Mail Art Project - "Homework"
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 I work for a small experimental museum (Mindport) in Washington state and am putting together a show that explores "homework," particularly the kind…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tallie Jones Jun 21, 2011.


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Mail-Artist since:
My Website (without http://):
http://tra la la, la la
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
My old postal service-using friends have mostly defected to cell phones, e-mail, and the like, so I decided to expand my network by entering the network. What's not to like about "senders receive," in all its glorious forms and permutations?
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
Rhinogirl c/o Mindport Exhibits
210 W. Holly St.
Bellingham, WA 98225

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At 12:13am on March 21, 2014, jon foster said…

Thanks for the card and the message. I just posted an image of your card. I'm glad you got the zines and what not. Trying to get 50,000 words was a lot of fun even if I didn't make it all the way there. I'm working on a few projects right now that I hope to get together soon. Of course I'll send something along to you. Nice hearing from you.

At 2:55am on November 16, 2013, jon foster said…

My swimmer has swam all the swimming way!

At 11:33pm on August 18, 2013, jon foster said…

Thank you so much for your card and contribution, so very kind. Thanks!

At 4:36pm on July 23, 2013, jon foster said…

Nah, sorry about the confusion but the invitation was to have everything sent out, finished by the end of this month. Being a dilligent teacher (which is a curse as well) made me stick to my deadline. I sent out the first 12 just last week, but I have to finish another project to add to the next round of mail. So look for your package next week if I get everythying done. Right now I'm in end of summer session research paper hell!

At 1:13am on March 19, 2013, De Villo Sloan said…
At 3:51pm on June 5, 2012, jon foster said…

Got your work in the mail today, thanks so much. Thanks so much for the kind words about the last piece. I really need to make some bigger things and send one out to you. I did this a couple of times but I've really gotten into making the small things. Anyway, see you in the mail.

At 4:35am on May 20, 2012, Uncustomary said…

I know I've sucked with mail lately, but here is a belated alert that I got your letter in the wonderful knitting envelope and that I wrote you back tonight. Expect a reply soon! :-)

At 12:46am on April 26, 2012, Jack Lattemann said…



A very belated reply likely more applicable to the future, but of course you are always welcome to display anything I send you.

Ever hear of Ambrose Bierce? He's going to be the subject of a project this summer.


See you in the mail,


Jack @ Cascadia Artpost

At 2:07pm on April 14, 2012, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Bonjour Dear Rhinogirl!

Many thanks for your sleepin' and  dreamin' railway envelope with matching stamps. Tis much appreciated from someone who was born and bred in the town (Darlington) where the first ever passenger railway train journey was made: Stockton to Darlington in September, 1825.

Trains are in my GNA. This Envelope is in my collection. And I'll be mailing you something back before I go to Darlington, yet again, at the end of next week.

Thanks again...Val

At 8:52pm on March 31, 2012, jon foster said…

Got your card yesterday, thanks so much. I really like cards that have raised parts to them. I need to figure out a way to make something a little more...three dimentional. Thanks again.



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