Random Valentines Mail Art, Graduate Presentations, March Introduction to Expressive Arts
Experience the Romance of Mail Art this First Friday with Random Valentine’s
Public mail art projects have a long history at the Expressive Arts Institute, with this year being the tenth anniversary of our first Random Valentines Show. Way back in 2006, when the North Park’s original art crawl, Ray @ Night was in it’s heyday, Donna Otter and I brought the first public mail art show event to the gallery space. Random Valentines was a hit, and over the course of the evening dozens of randomly directed, mailable works of art were created.
For a small donation to cover postage and handling, the cards made by the public are “randomized” and sent through the US mail to the artists. No one knows who will get each card, but every artist is guaranteed to recieve a valentine in the mail, and to be a part of the night’s instant art show. No experience necessary, fun guaranteed.-Wes Chester, MA, CAGS
Save up to $40 on our Intro to Expressive Arts March 8-9 with our Sweetheart Deal. Info Here.
Graduate Izabella Klein Presents New Work from Hungary at the Annual Alumni Meeting
Ongoing at the Institute:
Early Alert: The Expressive Arts Institute Faculty Will Host The Joy of Embodiment: Inhabiting the Body through Expressive Arts workshop on August 15, 16, 17 2014 Watch Here for more Info