Depot Press titles are published by Depot Artspace – an open and inclusive multidisciplinary community that encourages engagement in all art forms. Although Depot Artspace may be best known for its galleries and recording studio it also offers a variety of facilities, services, publications and events that support the creative community and provide opportunities for participation and appreciation.
Established in 1996 the Depot has been involved in independent publishing since its early days. LOUD – the Depot’s quarterly publication dedicated to the creative activities of the Depot community – released its 60th issue in August 2014.
The Vernacularist is a provocative publication celebrating/exploring the vernacular identity of Aotearoa New Zealand. Themes chosen for The Vernacularist are generally topical and deliberately open to interpretation in order to encourage creative and diverse submissions of relevance to Aotearoa New Zealand’s unique physical, cultural, social and ecological environment. Submissions are now being accepted for the upcoming issue Urban-Rural: The Great Divide?
To find out more about making a submission, please visit our Current Submission Call-Outs page
To view our full catalogue of publications, check out the Depot Press page on the Depot Artspace website HERE
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