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May 20, 2010

As more and more of the submissions to Collagista are web based or video based, and therefore increasingly difficult to showcase in a zine, it is becomming neccessary to share them in an online format, here in the blog and also on our facebook page (

Aldwyth interview and retrospective. An interesting woman and excellent artist:

An interview with Cathy Horner, vintage collage artist:

Altered Earth project, call for submissions.

The earth is altered. The world is in greater risk than ever. While climate change is the greatest challenge of our time, it also presents the greatest opportunity – a unique opportunity to take action and create a unique solution thru collaborative art expression.

UNESCO Club of Metro Manila, Art Pilipinas Inc., Youth Without Barriers Movement and The Philippine Fluxus Society  present ALTERED EARTH PROJECT: A Global Solution through Art Expression.

Theme: Describe artistically your own and unique environmental solution through images and words.

Size: Postcard Size ( 4” x 6”) only.

Medium: Open Techniques (painting, ,drawing, photographs, digital art, prints etc.) Only original works will be accepted. No e-mail-contributions, and no black & white photocopies.

Maximum of two (2) artworks for each participant.

No fees. No jury. No return.

All artworks will be accepted and will be displayed and exhibited on April 2011 as well as permanently archived by Art Pilipinas for further exhibition for other environmental events in the future. We will also publish selected works in a small book edition. All Artworks will be permanently displayed on this blogsite.

DEADLINE to be received: February 01, 2011

For more info go to –

Mail Art, postcard exhibition, Stockholm, 2010

After the success of our collage postcard project September 2009, Cut & Paste, we now make a call for altered postcards of famous tourist sights from all over the world. “Postcards are an amalgam of history, collective memory and individual interpretation ––– as well as personal mementos”. (Thomas Weski in Postcards)

All incoming cards will be published on this website and exhibited in Gallery KG52, Stockholm 14/8 – 29/8 2010. We will also publish the ones we like the best in a small edition book publication. The postcard idea was very much inspired by Dieter Roths “Piccadillies”.

For more info go to –

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  1. thanks for the links!

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