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The Search For The Modernist Murals of E. Mervyn Taylor

The College of Creative Arts of Massey University, Hedley Books, and Aratoi Wairarapa Museum of Art and History invite you to a presentation on the book and research project:

WANTED - The Search For The Modernist Murals of E. Mervyn Taylor

Aratoi, 12 Bruce Street Masterton
2.00pm - 4.00pm
Saturday 14 July 2018

RSVP at info@aratoi.co.nz or 06 370 0001

An illustrated talk with Bronwyn Holloway-Smith will take place at Aratoi, followed by a walking tour of the 2 murals in Masterton -- there are 12 such murals by E. Mervyn Taylor in the country.

The book includes chapters written by Terri Te Tau (on the mural in the old Post Office building in Masterton) and by Gareth Winter (on the mural in the War Memorial Stadium, next to the Trust House Recreation Centre, Masterton) -- this mural features on the cover of the book.

This book was a special project to mark the 130th anniversary of the founding of Massey University’s College of Creative Arts.

Dress accordingly for the weather.

Refreshments will be served and books available for signing and sale.

For more information on the publication:
https://www.masseypress.ac.nz/books/all/all/wanted
For more information on Aratoi: http://www.aratoi.org.nz/
https://www.facebook.com/aratoimuseum/

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