Kristen Barnes
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Mail-Artist since:
04/22/2012
My Website (without http://):
http://www.facebook.com/Kristenbarnesartist
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
I love art and wanted to express myself in another form with others
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
kbarn323@live.kutztown.edu
1608 north 20th st. apt 4
Allentown, PA 18104

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At 9:14pm on February 1, 2013, Carlos I. Botana said…

POSTAL ART INTERNATIONAL CALL


“jailart”

Proxecto Cárcere calls artists to participate in the open, international project 
for the old prison of A Coruña to become a Selfmanaged Sociocultural Center.
The works will take part in an exhibition this year.
 It will take place inside or outside the prison, abandoned and disused at present.
A picture of each work will be uploaded in jailartproxectocarcere.wordpress.com
For further information please visit our blog: proxectocarcere.blogaliza.org 
or send an e-mail to proxectocarcere@gmail.com

Subject: Jail
Deadline: 1st June 2013
No measurement limits
Free technique
The works will not be returned and will become part of the archives of Proxecto Cárcere.

Send your works to:
 
Carlos Botana
Avda. Gral. Sanjurjo, 62 - 2º
15006 - A Coruña
Spain
At 3:20am on May 26, 2012, Patricio - The Celestial Scribe said…

Kristen, this is very late but still a friendly welcome to The Eternal Network from a celestial mail artist living in a heavenly corner of the faraway Universe called Republik van Patland.  A perfect start here is mail-art exchange. I would like to be the other when you decide it’s the right time for you to start trading art.  If it’s the case at the time your envelope should read as follows:

The Celestial Scribe
Caixa Postal 24827
Curitiba-PR
80510-970
Brazil

II look forward to see your piece in my terrene mailbox.  Yes! I will do my homework after receiving yours.  This is nothing less than a celestial promise.  I’m Patricio, Celestial Scribe & Envelope Provider

At 12:17am on May 2, 2012, stripygoose said…

meet in the post soon - maybe with some stitchery :-)

At 9:40pm on April 24, 2012, stripygoose said…

Hello and welcome from Wimbledon, London! I only joined in March but I can already assure you this is a really friendly site. Had a quick look at your website - you into knitting?

At 6:46pm on April 23, 2012, Guido Vermeulen said…

Hi Kristen, welcome hugs

At 6:44pm on April 23, 2012, Susan Walker said…

Hi new member from another new member fromPA. Just joined in March. I hope you enjoy the group as much as I have found so far!

Glad to exchange...my address on my member page when your ready. :0)

Susan

At 11:44pm on April 22, 2012, Kristen Barnes said…

Thank you for the welcome.  I have never done mail art before so this is very exciting!

At 11:23pm on April 22, 2012, Mim Golub Scalin said…

Hello Kristen, Welcome to the Union! It's a great place to connect with people who make and send out Mail Art. I'm the April mentor, so I can hopefully answer questions for you.

 
 
 

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