Old School Mail-Art Class & Postal Bingo | Main Library
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San Francisco Main Library | 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
For anyone interested in mail art –making postcards, decorated envelopes and zines; sending found art through the mail; finding your own unique handwritten voice; connecting with pen pals; making artist stamps; tracking down rubber stamps, old and new; hanging out at a favorite local Post Office –we have the program for you
San Francisco Correspondence Co-op one-year anniversary
Sunday, May 27, 1-4pm, in the Latino-Hispanic Community Meeting Room, Lower Level, Main Library.
- 2pm –> postal bingo: everybody loves bingo — and the best kind of bingo is postal themed! Designer Maureen Forys of Happenstance Type-O-Rama has created a keepsake bingo board for players; the first three folks to call out “bingo!” will receive fabulous prizes. Calling will start at 2pm sharp – don’t delay!
- 3pm –> postal white elephant swap: if interested in participating, please bring a wrapped postal/letter writing related gift that you are up-cycling – no need to purchase anything new! Examples include: unused stationery, blank journals, ephemera scraps, a packet of interesting envelopes, etc.
When you arrive at the party, please check in at the white elephant table in order to receive a “swap number”. The swap will take place on the dot at 3pm.
Throughout the event –> group project/exquisite corpse: bring your favorite art making tools and join our group project! Attendees are welcome to create/draw/stamp at the designated “Creation Station”; paper will be on hand for you to “make” to your heart’s content! Examples of items to bring for art making: pens, rubber stamps, stickers, colored pencils. The Co-op will provide a small selection of tools for you to use.
Once you’ve finished putting together your masterpiece, add your name to the mailing list. At a later date, you’ll receive part of the exquisite corpse
Links: Event detailsCost: FREE
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