2024 Featured Mail Art Selections (#1)

Click above to view the 60-sec TV spot

June 26, 2024 – Los Angeles: This is the first of a series of announcements and TV spots featuring selected submissions from the Artists For a Better World International 2024 Global Call for Mail Art.

(Want to submit your work? Visit Mail Art.)

This year’s theme was “Uplifting,” in appreciation of each artist’s ability to uplift their community and world through their unique vision.

Once again, we were blown away by the record number of mail art submissions! A huge thank you to all the global artists who participated. While we’ll be showcasing more incredible work than ever on TV in the coming weeks, showcasing everything wouldn’t be possible. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements and videos highlighting this year’s featured selections!

The above 1-minute TV spot will be broadcast on cable television the week starting June 30, 2024, as part of the Our Ventura TV series.

To stay apprised of AFABW Int “Calls for Mail Art,” and to be notified of more featured selections as they are posted, be sure to sign up for our free ART LINE email announcements.

MAIL ART: SELECTED WORKS

Selections of Mail Art from the following artists are featured in the above TV spot.

  • Joan m. Carter, USA
  • Lugman Rosnan, Malaysia
  • Meluka, USA
  • Jan Theuninck, Belgium
  • Anna Meszaros, Germany
  • Sharon Covington, USA
  • Pedro Bericat, Spain
  • Milicent Fambrough, USA

SEE MORE MAIL ART

The submission deadline for this Call for Mail Art was also intended to help raise awareness for World Art Day, celebrated on April 15th each year (Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday).

AFABW Int has sponsored Mail Art activities and campaigns for numerous years since 2001, often in support of World Art Day.

Artists For A Better World International has a purpose to raise the awareness of worldwide artists about using their creative powers to benefit mankind by leading the way to a better world and by supporting like-minded public benefit organizations that advocate humanitarian benevolence.


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