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Independent Publishing Discussion - 13 May 06, 3pm

THE PHYSICS ROOM contemporary art project space
PO Box 22 351, Christchurch, New Zealand
Tel +64 3 379 5583 Fax +64 3 379 6063
www.physicsroom.org.nz
The Physics Room receives annual funding from Creative New Zealand / Toi Aotearoa

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

THE PHYSICS ROOM PRESENTS

Independent Publishing Discussion

HAMISH WIN / LEE CUNLIFFE / ROB HOOD / AARON BEEHRE + GUESTS

SATURDAY 13 MAY 2006, 3PM

THE PHYSICS ROOM

FREE

As an extension of the ideas raised by the KIOSK, The Physics Room is hosting an afternoon discussion on Saturday 13 May, 3pm, with some of Christchurch's own independent publishers, including Hamish Win (The John Dory Report, Unicorn, High Street Project), Lee Cunliffe (Artbash), Rob Hood (artist and writer) and Aaron Beehre (artist and designer). The discussion will focus on the ideas and methods behind independent publishing on a more local level.

Please visit our website http://www.physicsroom.org.nz/ for more information regarding this event.

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