“Dragon” Mail Art Call 2019

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DRAGON MAIL ART CALL –

Dragons – real or imagined, scary or fairy tale, monster or mouse?   What does your dragon look like?

Mail Art to be exhibited in ETG Book Cafe, 208 Bay St, Staten Island, NY from April 6 – 27, 2019

Reception and performance art event on Second Saturday,  April 13, 2019 at ETG Book Cafe, 208 Bay St, SI, NY  with a participatory mail art table set up at 6pm and performances from 7-9pm

Part of the 2019 St George Day Festival
on Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 11 AM – 5 PM, Bay Street, SI, NY
EARTH DAY AND ARTS FESTIVAL
CELEBRATING COMMUNITY, THE POWER OF PEACE… and Dragons!
at Tompkinsville Park near the Staten Island Ferry

ETG Book Cafe in the Staten Island neighborhood of St. George started this event in 2007 for community building. St. George is immortalized in the myth for killing the dragon but the festival encourages us to replace old legends of overpowering and violence with new models of cooperation and problem-solving.

Send mail art to:

Day de Dada, 123 Scribner Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10301

  • deadline- March 30, 2019
  • size- no larger than 12” x 12”
  • please provide your name & email with the art

Online Submission:

  • work to be printed on 8 1/2 x 11” white paper (280x216mm)
  • email jpg at 100% scale 1650 x 1275_150 dpi
  • email to daydedada@yahoo.com

 

Please include on work your email address for confirmation of receipt.
ALL work received will be posted online, at Flickr.com daydedada page.
ALL work received will be exhibited April 2019 at ETG Book Cafe, 208 Bay St, Staten Island NY and sold with ALL sales going to support the 2019 St George Day Festival.

No jury, no return, no fee

All entries will be exhibited, however because of the public nature of the site, any images not appropriate for viewing by all ages will not be displayed. Your agreement is given to exhibit your work by your submission of it. No work will be returned.

 

Our website- DayDeDada.com

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