Bulletin

B. is the online home of Bulletin magazine. It's a place for ideas, experiments, opinions. Here you can read about current issues in art from our curators and a whole host of other experts, and find great video and audio interviews with artists. It's also the home of our Gallery blog.

Tired of reading on screen? You can buy a quarterly slice of Bulletin from our Pop Up Shop at the Gallery. Or join the Friends of Christchurch Art Gallery to enjoy a full subscription to the magazine and much more.

Editor
David Simpson
Tel: (+64 3) 941 7384
bulletin@christchurchartgallery.org.nz 

Art Direction
Aaron Beehre

Bulletin is designed in partnership with the graphic design class at the Ilam School of Fine Arts and production is generously sponsored by PMP Print.

Editorial Committee
Aaron Beehre, John Collie, Elizabeth Davidson, Barbara Garrie, Blair Jackson, Stephanie Oberg, Sarah Pepperle, David Simpson, Lara Strongman

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Bulletin has a circulation of 3,000, including Friends of the Gallery, patrons and trustees, as well as national and international subscribers, Bulletin reaches a culturally sophisticated audience passionate about art.

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Deadlines for Booking and Artwork

Issue: B.189 (winter 2017)
Booking: 10 March 2017
Artwork due: 1 May 2017
Release date: 1 June  2017

Issue: B.190 (spring 2017)
Booking: 10 June 2017
Artwork due: 1 August 2017
Release date: 1 September 2017

Issue: B.191 (summer 2017-18)
Booking: 10 September 2017
Artwork due: 1 November 2017
Release date: 1 December 2017

Issue: B.192 (autumn 2018)
Booking: 10 December 2017
Artwork due: 1 February 2018
Release date: 1 March 2018

Prices and Specifications

Price: $2,000 (ex GST) for full page, full colour advertisement
Orientation: Portrait
Dimensions: 265mm high by 215mm wide without bleed, 268mm tall by 218mm wide with bleed
Binding: Bulletin is perfect bound. Please keep a safe area of 10mm with no critical image or text on your gutter margin (the side closest to the binding).
For more information on advertising in Bulletin contact the editor.

Bulletin costs $10 and you can buy it online here or in-store. 

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