Not exactly, but you certainly can participate in this Open Mail Art Call. So very easy take an envelope, a postcard embellish it and send to
Mail Art P.O.Box 46 Lake Worth Beach, Fl. 33460 USA
Mail Art aka Postal Art costs nothing more than the postage that sends your gift across the world or just across town. The revival of this art form has reached a new popularity. The Pandemic that left us home alone and the Postal Service is dangling by a thread. So give yourself a creative few minutes, support our mail carriers. Now a bit of history it goes way back to possibly Cleopatra who mailed herself in a rug to Mark Anthony fait accompli. The first picture postcard was sent in 1870 and since then , news bad and good has been announced via letters and postcards. Lets not forget the creed of our Postal Service “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these curriers ….. and so we await our mailmen and women.
There are museums* that house mail art. Many University Libraries* have collections. Right now with lockdown there are several #mailartcalls underway some with themes of lock down, corona virus, cats all those are searchable. A good resource for mail art inspiration is Pinterest or just google “Mail Art” There is a whole world of fabulous envelopes. There are group like International Union of Mail Artists to which I belong. Great archive there. Here is a link of two I curated, with photos of submissions. Lakeworthcentennial.wordpress.com for our hundred Lake Worth Beach birthday in 2013 or visit oneearsociety.blogspot.com Jan 21, 2009 should you look through the call for mail art there, you can find mail from children.
Don’t be shy! Send us your creative endeavors today .
No Jury, No Limit, No return, No theme. No Age restriction Deadline Nov. 15, 2020 send to: Mail Art. — P.O.Box. 46. — lake Worth Beach FL. —- 33460. — USA
So put your email on back of envelope we will let you know it arrived and where it will be exhibited and travel to other shows .