The Shuman Block on Shattuck Avenue, in Berkeley, California, has been an annual venue for the Postal Collage Project beginning with Project No. 1 in 2012. In the spring, collages are displayed group-by-group, in the hallways. In the summer, the project is displayed as a single mosaic. In 2018, a 7-year retrospective was exhibited in the Shuman Block, featuring 500 collaborative collages.
Ramon’s Tailor Artist’s Salon on Jones Street in San Francisco was an annual spring venue for the Postal Collage Project from 2012 through 2019. Ramon’s Tailor closed in 2020.
The Berkeley Art Center introduced its ‘Lobby Project’ with a selection of about 200 collaborative collages wallpapering its lobby walls. In 2021, Project No. 10 was exhibited in the BAC gallery as part of the Berkeley Commonplace launch party.
The Berkeley Public Library exhibited a selection of more than 200 project collages in the Central Branch’s Historic Entrance gallery, in the Historic Lobby gallery and in the Art & Music Department.