Make an Environmental Postcard

I just joined the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art and they are promoting a postcard show called “Sustaining our Environment”. I love some of the postcards already submitted that they are showing on the blog, WCA ArtWaves international. Check out instructions below to send in your postcard too which will benefit the UN.

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This was done by friend Judy Johnson-Williams. A 3-D shaker box card, it is made from found/recycled foam core, tape, plexi, flowers, BART ticket and a butterfly.

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A timely woven card from Donna Catanzaro of Windham, NH. She wrote,
“Made from just 3 of the hundreds of NH Primary Campaign junk mail pieces I received…and never read.”

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By another coastsider I have not met yet – Alexis K. Manheim of Moss Beach, CA. It is made of used coffee filters, old tea bags and discarded tea bag strings.

Here are the details to enter. Sounds like fun. Do it!

POSTCARD CALL FOR ENTRY: SUSTAINING OUR ENVIRONMENT

Deadline Extended!!! February 15 2008
Theme: Sustaining Our Environment Postcards

Submit 4”x6” or Size 6 postcards made from recycled materials on the theme of “Sustaining Our Environment.” On the back of the postcard, provide your name, location (town, state and/or country) and materials used to make the card. Submissions will be exhibited during the February, 2008 WCA and College Art Association (CAA) annual conferences at Ft. Worth-Dallas, Texas. At the exhibition, works will be auctioned to benefit the United Nations. All entries will be documented on this blogsite.

No jury, no fee, no return. Postal delivery only.Mail postcards to P. Otani, Curator, Sustaining Our Environment, 263 Laidley Street, San Francisco, CA 94131 USA

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