University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Collection consists of material related to the career of art librarian and curator, Judith Hoffberg. The bulk of the collection is ephemera related to artists and mail art collected by Hoffberg. Included are gallery exhibition announcements, lists of art works, press releases, clippings, photographs, resumes and biographies, a small amount of correspondence, and posters. Also included is a small amount of original works, mainly of mail artist Guglielmo Achille Cavellini and publicity releases for the New York Gallery Franklin Furnace
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection consists of 34 zines (27 titles, produced between 1999 and 2007) collected by Arbabi. Eight of the zine titles in the collection were written or co-written by Arbabi. Arbabi acquired several of the zines in her collection from Parcell Press, a zine distro located in Richmond, Va. Zines authored by Arbabi that were purchased directly from Parcell Press are also included in this collection. The zines in the collection focus on craftmaking and the do-it-yourself lifestyle; feminist activism; and women's personal stories, including abused women. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
Santa Barbara artist Pat Fish leads a "walking tour" through the first public viewing of material from her mail art collection, which she donated to the University of California Santa Barbara Arts Library in 1990
University of Iowa
Mail art created for the exhibition Artwords and bookworks
University of California, Berkeley
"The Decca Dance and the celebration of the 1,000,011th anniversary of art, organized by Image Bank, Lowell Darling, Willoughby Sharp, Ant Farm, General Idea, and the Western Front. The fall of 1973 was spent in preparation for this momentous occasion, a celebration of the Eternal Network that took place in the splendid ballroom of the former Elk's Lodge on MacArthur Park in Hollywood. Susan Subtle, Les Petits Bonbons, John Jack Baylin, John Dowd, Irene Dogmatic, Anna Banana, Victor Coleman, Andy Graffiti and a host of correspondence artists from across North America appeared for the ritual celebration of Art's 1,000,011th Birthday and Mail Art Awards Ceremony. The stage show, a parody of the Academy Awards, featured a male chorus resplendent in tuxedos and Shark Fin Bathing Caps moving in stately symmetry to the inimitable crooning of andogyne Pascal. It could be said to mark the peak of the mail art movement, and for many signalled the end of it. Copiously documented on film, video, ... Read More
Utah State University - Merrill-Cazier Library
University of California, Berkeley
"The Decca Dance and the celebration of the 1,000,011th anniversary of art, organized by Image Bank, Lowell Darling, Willoughby Sharp, Ant Farm, General Idea, and the Western Front. The fall of 1973 was spent in preparation for this momentous occasion, a celebration of the Eternal Network that took place in the splendid ballroom of the former Elk's Lodge on MacArthur Park in Hollywood. Susan Subtle, Les Petits Bonbons, John Jack Baylin, John Dowd, Irene Dogmatic, Anna Banana, Victor Coleman, Andy Graffiti and a host of correspondence artists from across North America appeared for the ritual celebration of Art's 1,000,011th Birthday and Mail Art Awards Ceremony. The stage show, a parody of the Academy Awards, featured a male chorus resplendent in tuxedos and Shark Fin Bathing Caps moving in stately symmetry to the inimitable crooning of andogyne Pascal. It could be said to mark the peak of the mail art movement, and for many signalled the end of it. Copiously documented on film, video, ... Read More
Oberlin College
This two-part video focuses on mail art. First, Harley discusses the progression of his Terra candella archive housed at the Oberlin College Art Library (34 min.). Then, he gives a gallery talk at the California Museum of Art on May 18, 1995 for the exhibition It's in the mail (66 min.).
Art Institute of Chicago - Ryerson and Burnham Libraries
The collection consists of original stamps produced by 22 artists between 1987 and 2006.Most are signed

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