Hiroshima Day – In Search of the Vernacular – book launch tonight – link to Bfm interview!

Today is Hiroshima Day. A day for reflection and exactly one year since the beginning of the Cultural Mapping Project exhibition Sum of the Parts. A significant day to launch Depot Artspace’s independent publication In Search of the Vernacular. 

The launch will be held at the Depot from 5.30 – 7.30pm tonight with guest speakers and contributors Denys Trussell, Nigel Brown, Ruby Watson and Ruth Coombs.  Ruth Coombs (of WILPF – the Womens International League for Peace and Freedom) will lead a commemorative candle lighting for Hiroshima post opening speeches.

To listen to an interview with myself about the project on Bfm’s Morning Glory with Esther last Thursday click here…

The first edition of this unique publication is limited to 100 copies and they are now available for sale for $40NZD.

Contact erin.forsyth@depoartspace.co.nz for any sales enquiries.