Most of the followers here know of my love of personal correspondence. Enjoy the video. Also remember there is a lovely “Lake Worth 100″mail art collection in our own historic museum. Go by and have a look. Don’t have the time, a blog set up so that all the people around the world who submitted and sent mail art for our Lake Worth 100th Centennial could see that their work had arrived and is in very good hands in our museum.<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/78807038″>Snail Mail vs. Email</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/ivancash”>Ivan Cash</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p> <p>I went around San Francisco asking random people on the street how they felt about email versus handwritten letters. This video was created to help promote the Snail Mail My Email project and its third annual event, going on November 11 – 17, 2013.<br /> <br /> Snail Mail My Email (http://snailmailmyemail.org) is a collaborative art project I founded where volunteers handwrite strangers’ emails and send physical letters to the intended recipients, free of charge. The project has since transitioned to a week-long annual event.<br /> <br /> – -<br /> <br /> A Film by Ivan Cash – http://ivancash.com<br /> Assistance by Brian Frank<br /> Music by Podington Bear<br /> <br /> Nov. 2013</p>
what brought this Blog about? I had the pleasure of giving a small free demo to the new group ACE ( Artist Creatives and Entrepreneurs ) We started at five p.m. and had to tell people to go home around 10ish.
There will be an upcoming demo/workshop at the Lake Worth Art Guild and everyone who signs up will receive a piece of mail art from the instructor prior to attendance. Date and time to be announced. Have a lovely day.