Postal Collage Project No. 10

The Shuman Block, Studio 1A
2571 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley
May 7 through June 28

More than 120 collaborative collages are displayed mosaic-style on a single wall.  

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Images of individual completed collages can be seen HERE.

Exhibition Installation

More than 100 collages are on the wall in Studio 1A at the Shuman Block. Additional work will be added as it arrives.

Soundtrack by Experimentalkase

Most of the collages are hung using map pins or very small nails. The pins and nails serve as brackets. No holes are poked in the work, only in the wall.

In some uncommon cases, when the collage is not rigid enough to be supported in this way, magnets or clips are used.

Unpacking No.10

Collages are unpacked in preparation for the exhibition of Postal Collage Project No. 10. The installation will include more than 120 collaborative collages created by more than 120 artists between September 2020 and March 2021.

Soundtrack by Experimentalkase

Exhibition Transition

The exhibition of Postal Collage Project No.9 at the Shuman Block is coming down to make way for Project No.10. Details coming soon.

The Shuman Block, Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, California, March 2021
Postal Collage Project No.9 in Studio 1A at the Shuman Block will be coming down at the end of March.
Postal Collage Project No.10, mostly still in packages, will be installed in Studio 1A at the end of March.

Ramon’s Tailor to Quietly Close

When Bay Area galleries are allowed to reopen, presumably sometime this year, Ramon’s Tailor Artist’s Salon will not. After nearly a decade of showing and growing community creativity, R’s T will quietly close.

Ramon’s Tailor Artist’s Salon, 628 Jones Street, San Francisco

Ramon’s Tailor was the springtime San Francisco home to the Postal Collage Project for eight straight years, beginning with Project No. 1 in 2012. These annual exhibitions and associated events played a significant role in the growth and development of the project. Thank you, Frank & Teri!

Collage Communities Forum

I will be a panelist at this online event, Saturday, November 21, at 10am PST.

Collage Communities Forum is presented by Kolaj Institute in conjunction with the launch of the International Directory of Collage Communities.



Christopher Kurts is the co-founder and organizer of the Mystic Krewe of Scissors & Glue, a New Orleans collage collective that meets monthly for casual collage nights in addition to working on collaborative projects and group exhibitions.

Kevin Sampsell used to host an open collage night in Portland as well as managing the collage making space at Kolaj Fest New Orleans. Sampsell, along with Cheryl Chudyk, have recently begun Sharp Hands Gallery, an online journal with each issue acting as a curated exhibition.

Petra Zehner founded the Paris Collage Collective in 2018 in order to connect both local and global artists on a more personal level than what is possible on social media platforms alone.

Marty McCutcheon is the founder and organizer for Round Table Collaboration, whose main activity is the Postal Collage Project, an annual mail-art collaborative collage project.

Miss.Printed is the founder of The College Club, an international group of collage artists. She is also the founder of the Collage Garden project and The Scandinavian Collage Museum.

Marco Antonio Núñez founded Centro de Estudios del Collage in order to trace, connect and make visible collage in Chile.

Allison Anne is a collagist, mail artist and zinemaker living and working in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After coordinating a few informal meetups under the same name in 2017, they co-founded Twin Cities Collage Collective with several other artists in the Minneapolis/Saint Paul area. The group strives to foster community and further collage by providing an inclusive, safe space for individuals at all levels of creative ability to explore the medium.


As Editor of Kolaj Magazine, Ric Kasini Kadour has been following and writing about collage communities since 2010.