From: "Marc Feldman" <firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: <email@example.com
> Subject: Children's Art
> Dear Fariel,
> I am the executive director of PapaInk,
> Children's Art Archive. As part of our non-profit mission, we are
> building a digital collection
of professional artists' childhood
> artwork. The project, When They Were Children, aims to preserve
personal and collective histories, and to impart a
> creative legacy to the rising generation of artists.
Our first annual call for artists' childhood art is underway, and
> extends through September 30th. We would be very
pleased to review
> selections from your own childhood and teenage art for online
> archival display within the
When They Were Children collection.
> To read more about our project and call for art, please click on
> To browse works from artists already exhibited within When They
> Were Children, please visit
> Please feel free to contact me directly at +1-860-577-7036 or by
> email with any questions.
Digital images may be emailed to
, and original artwork may be sent to us for
> free digitization at:
> PO Box 467
Guilford, CT 06437, USA.
> Thank you.
> Marc Feldman
> PapaInk, the International Children's Art Archive, is a non-profit
dedicated to collecting and preserving children's art
> and reinjecting children's creative spirit into human discourse.
Our archival work highlights the socially critical efforts of
> organizations and individuals who enable children's
> undertakings. PapaInk's world historical archive of children's art
> brings together and professionally
presents the children's art
> holdings of organizations such as the UN, SOS Children's Village
> and the Jewish
Museum in Prague. Fueled by a largely volunteer
> staff of iCurators, PapaInk's archive consists of a growing
collection of historically significant children's art (e.g., from
> WWI, WWII, the Spanish Civil War, the Rwandan Civil
War) as well as
> artwork from contemporary children around the world and the
> childhood works of professional
artists. PapaInk provides an open
> archive and no-cost archival services to organizations and
> individuals worldwide,
enabling the set-up and building out of
> permanent galleries of children's art.