MAIL ART (also known as postal art and correspondence art) is a populist artistic movement centered on sending small-scale works through the postal service. It was a way for artists to circumnavigate the museum and gallery systems and have their artwork more widely distributed and publicly viewed.
In that spirit, “THERE IS NO PLANET B” is a mail art exhibition that addresses climate concerns. This exhibition is part of Salem State's annual Earth Days celebration.
This exhibition can be viewed online and in the Frederick L. Berry Library Periodical Room windows. All work is for sale at $5.00 each with proceeds going to the artist. For any questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to Bruce Orr and his cohort group of young artists at RAW ART WORKS in Lynn for their contribution to the exhibition.