Early in 2010 I was lucky enough to have a piece selected for a juried exhibition at the Abecedarian Gallery in Denver, Colorado, in the USA. This week I saw a reminder from Alicia Bailey, the gallery's director, about Cornucopia II at the gallery, with electronic entries to be submitted by January 29th, which is a week tomorrow (Saturday).
If you click on the link to the gallery at http://www.abecedariangallery.com/ you will find a link to the Cornucopia II prospectus in the left-hand column, just below the image of metal type! It mentions "additional submission requirements" for international entries so I emailed Alicia to ask about that. Her reply was that as it is a small gallery she doesn't have the resources to handle returns of international work so she asks that successful entrants whose work doesn't sell supply her with a US return mailing address.
In fact I did this myself with a different US exhibition last year: my local Post Office couldn't find a way for me to sort out pre-paid return postage to Australia and when I queried courier charges (UPS or DHL) it was going to cost me around $150 to get the (small, lightweight!) box home again so instead I gave the gallery the address of friends in California, stuck some extra money in the package and my friends had an early Christmas present!
I'm hoping to enter some work to the show and who knows, you might too! Good luck.