Robert (gurdonark) wrote,
Robert
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Keeping vigil

Let's get all the kids together and have a show!

Halloween may not begin in September, but perhaps the dias de los muertos can.

I was browsing mail art calls at crosses.net, as I realized that I had not submitted to any in a long time, but should. It's not that I have any artistic skills. I just like to connect and communicate.

I found one with a mid-October lead time I thought quite interesting.

I am all about sharing the fun. Wouldn't it be fun if a lot of us submitted something to this one?

That reminds me. I am so far behind on getting documentation out on that thing I did last year.
I must remedy that. I'll keep a vigil on that now-dead project until it rises. No more drives to rural north Texas until I get it out.

But now I'm focusing on someone else's call, rather than my own inadequacies:


Join me! Let's submit!



Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Mail Art Call

Deadline: October 15th, 2004

No jury, no returns, documentation to all.

Send your 2D or 3D mail art, 8x10 inches or smaller, to:

Carla Cryptic
Dia de los Muertos
PO Box 1274
Berkeley, CA 94701

All media are welcome.

For more information about this call and/or Day of the Dead celebrations and history, go to:

http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~cjatkins/cryptic/muertos.html
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