Mail Art One Autumn 2010

November 15, 2010

Here is the latest issue of Mail Art One in PDF version and as a slide show. This will be the last edition of Mail Art One in this current format. Look out for the winter issue coming soon!

mao1 autumn 2010

Summer Mail Art One 2010

August 25, 2010

James Adair

Big Black Dandelion by Hannah Marsden

The electronic brain consortiumThe electronic Brain Turf Consortium

This summer’s issue of Mail Art One  is being distributed as part of the Fabulous Free Birds Show at Made in Newcastle.

This isues contributors:

James Adair

Elizabeth Plain

Betty Brown

Mark Greenfield

Ryosuke Cohen

Toby Lloyd

Hannah Marsden

The Electronic Brain Turf Consortium

Jose Manuel Figueiredo

Paul Raymond

I am Lina

Susan Mortimer

Please click here to view this issues  PDF

Summer Mail Art One Call Out!

May 18, 2010

The next issue is Summer 2010 and will be distributed by the ususal venues as well as through Made In Newcastle. Any one interested in submitting work please email me at the email address below.

Work can be any size to fit A5 and on paper.

I can print text or  images if you send jpegs .

Deadline for submissions August 11th

Spring 2010 Issue

March 7, 2010

To be represented at the Glasgow International Artists’ Book Fair April 2010.

mail art one spring 2010PDF

Mail Art One Long Gallery Tron Theatre, Glasgow.

January 10, 2010

Autumn 2009 Mail Art One

October 23, 2009

Contributing Artists:

Den B

Debbie Bell

Claire Blettery

Sean Burn

Susan Mortimer

Bob Milner

Elizabeth Plain

Betty Schlesinger

Robert Znajomski

Distributed Through:

Northern Print Studios, Newcastle

London Print Studios

Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead

Long Gallery, Tron Theatre, Glasgow

October 2, 2009

 Here are the details for the Tron Gallery Mail Art Show for anyone interested in getting involved.


Long Gallery Guidelines



Call for submissions, Long Gallery, Tron Theatre, Glasgow


Artists, illustrators, designers of all levels. We’re looking for mailable artworks to exhibit as part of a group show entitled ‘MAIL ART’ in January 2010.




‘MAIL ART’ was realised by Long Gallery Coordinator Alison Stockwell in response to the number of submissions the gallery recieved from UK based artists outside Glasgow who wished to exhibit but didn’t have the funds to travel to Glasgow with their work. By inviting artists to send select pieces of work by post it gives them the opportunity to exhibit as part of a larger group exhibition without incurring any travel costs.


As part of ‘MAIL ART’ artist Susan Mortimer, creator of Mail Art One Zine, has been invited to co-curate the exhibition and will be making a special edition of her zine featuring selected work from exhibiting artists. There will be a limited amount of copies available free during the exhibition.


How to apply:


All work must be submitted by post and be no larger than a standard large envelope. Sorry but we cannot accept work that cannot be wall mounted.

As the work will be displayed in a public and family environment we cannot exhibit any work that is of an explicit nature.


Mail Art Zine – Work can be any size to fit A5 and on paper. Everyone who’s work is selected for the exhibition zine will receive a copy of the issue.

Unfortunately we cannot pay anyone for their work as Mail Art is free.

If you wish to have your work returned to you after the exhibition please enclose a self addressed, stamped envelope.


Deadline:  26th November ‘09


Post to: MAIL ART, Tron Theatre, 63 Trongate, Glasgow , G1 5HB








Mail Art One Summer 2009

August 1, 2009

Spring Issue 2009

June 18, 2009


Mail Art One spring Issue Contributing Artists:



Jenni Allen

Keith A. Buchholz

Mark Cazalet

Roysuke Choen

Jenni Granholm

Milk Two Sugars

Susan Mortimer

Elizabeth Plain

Fabio Sassi

Betty Schlesinger

John Williams



Distributed Through:


The Northern Print Studios


The London Print Workshops


Temporary Art Space, Halifax


Emptyshop Gallery, Durham


& mailing list.

Mail Art One. Issue 2. November 2008

October 28, 2008


November’s issue is being distributed through the Northern Print studios, LPWS, the interim show at Camberwell College, University of the Arts, london and mailing list.

Contributers include:

Raymond Wong (UK)


Betty Schlesinger (UK)


Susan Mortimer (UK)


Tim Pickup (UK)


David MacWilliam (Canada)


Bernhard Zilling (Germany)


Keith A. Buchholz (USA)


Elizabeth Plain (UK)


MilkTwoSugars (UK)


Kirsten Powell (UK)


Fabio Sassi (Italy)


Ayhan Oensal (Germany)


Jose Manuel Figueiredo (Portugal)