March 27, 2018

To find out who created thia postcard, buy it at the exhibition on March 27.

Going Postal
Postcard Art Exhibition and Sale

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To our 2018 “Going Postal” ™ Postcard Exhibition & Sale supporting our digitizing the audio-video archive of 43-years of ATOA. Don’t miss out on 2018’s most exciting postcard art event

Since 1975, Artist’s Talk on Art has held and recorded nearly 1,000 panels and dialogs featuring 6,000 artists. Now our “Going Postal” postcards exhibition and benefit sale of original, postcard-sized works on paper by both established and emerging artists allows you to support those efforts.

An affordable event.Your admission ticket is only $50.00 and that gives you a chance to purchase inexpensively priced postcard sized art, while enjoying a gala atmosphere at the historic Victorian-era Salmagundi Club at 47 Fifth Avenue at 12th Street on Tuesday, March 27th, 2018.

Preview begins at 5:00PM Come and enjoy some food and drink while you preview the many postcards and plan your purchases.

The Sale Begins at 6:30 and runs to 9PM. Sales are first come first served. Buy with credit or debit card, checks or cash

Build a collection Art postcards are considered, within the art world, the most exciting and affordable way to start or add to a collection. “Going Postal” offers a unique opportunity for buyers to acquire original, 4” X 6” postcard-sized artwork for JUST $85 EACH (less than a dinner out) Sales are available on a first-come, first-served basis and each piece is exhibited anonymously, and the identity of the artist is revealed only after the work is purchased. All participants can take home a piece by a famous artist, or one who's just starting out. Nonetheless, collectors walk away with something beautiful, a piece of art they will love and collect!

Hundreds of postcard art works will be exhibited! Hundreds of contemporary artists have responded to our call for postcard donations to our event, some of them recognizable names, others lesser known.

Just some of the artists postcards include works by Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Jay Milder, Jim Kempner, Amy Ernst, Anthony Haden-Guest, Sandra Jackman, Sidney Hermel, Josette Urso, Francis Hynes, Sal Romano, Sam Wiener, Joan Backus, Janet Culbertson, Ron Morisan, Susan Grabel, Ursula Clark, Joan Giordano, Lynne Mayocole, Marcia C. Sheer, Irene Christenson, Norma Greenwood, Donna Marxer, Jacqueline Sferra-Rada, Charles Meyers, Albert Depas, Flash Light, Doug Sheer, Fran Kornfeld, Barry Kostrinski, etc.

Big art in a raffle, once you’re in the door As they say in so many commercials, once inside you’ll have an opportunity, for a just a few dollars more, to purchase a raffle ticket or a few which will qualify you for a drawing that night for some much more valuable and larger works of art by several ‘big name’ artists.

Support our archive donation By participating in “Going Postal” artists and collectors alike are supporting the archival activities of Artists Talk on Art, which has recently completed digitizing all of its 43-years of its panel programs in order to enable Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian to take in our collection, already preserved. Our audio – video and related papers archive is the largest ever acquired by Archives of American Art.

To buy a ticket to “Going Postal,” CLICK HERE. Tickets can be purchase via PayPal on-line, or by post using a check made to Artists Talk On Art or with a credit or debit card. Your tickets will be held for you at the door, and you just need to show ID at the door to gain admission. Note: donations to ATOA are all tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law. ATOA is a 501C3 tax exempt organization.

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Joan Giordano

Awarded a graduate fellowship to Hunter College,
 Giordano holds an MFA from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.
She is represented by June Kelly Gallery.

Did you know that ATOA has over 40 years of art discussions documented on tape? This tremendous archive of contemporary art history will surely help future historians - if it survives! However this archive is recorded on magnetic tapes which desperately need to be preserved. You can make a donation online to ATOA's Archive Fund by charging any amount you wish to contribute on your credit card.

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Winter 2018

ATOA's Critical Dialogues in the Visual Arts are currently held at:
National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY 10003
Phone: (272) 475-3424
Doors open at 6:00 PM; panel starts at 6:30 PM
$8 General Admission
$5 Students and Seniors with ID
Passholders FREE

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