Claire Brabant's Groups (8)

  • Fiber Artists & Mail Art

    131 members Latest Activity: Jul 31 For artists who like to use fabric, threads, etc,  in their pieces.

  • matchbox art

    53 members Latest Activity: May 18

    Hello.
    I am calling mail art for the first time.
    One idea, I want to make art in/on matchbox or of box of its…

  • Show us your Artspace!!!

    210 members Latest Activity: Aug 13

    Whether you create in a studio, atelier, shed, kitchen or on a coffee table, the artists' workspace has always been an intriguing place of…

  • Dada Poetry

    31 members Latest Activity: Jun 17

    Dada poetry exchange group.

    How to Make a Dadaist Poem
    (method of Tristan…

  • Collaborative Mail Art Books

    200 members Latest Activity: May 12

    A place for mail-artists interested in learning about, discussing, and participating in collaborative book projects. 

  • Recycling Mail Art

    129 members Latest Activity: May 12

    Recycling Mail Art or Why I have been doing this for WAY TOO LONG... Ray Johnson Tibet Wheel of the Deadpan Duchamp Eon Spin Club ...soirée I am…

  • CIRCLES

    186 members Latest Activity: on Thursday

    Call them circles, call them dots, use a hole punch, use a template, draw them, scribble them, paint them, collage them. This is all about circles…

  • Envelopes

    294 members Latest Activity: on Thursday

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