50 Cities 50 Traces Bristol Exhibition

50 Cities 50 Traces Bristol Exhibition

Tue 4th until Fri 28th Feb.
(closed on Sats and Suns)
12:00 until 18:00 every weekday
At “The Vestibules” City Hall (Park St end)
College Green
Bristol BS1 5TR
Entry is free.

The Bristol Hannover Council cordially invites you to the Mayors for Peace 50 Cities – 50 Traces exhibition an international touring art & peace project.

This international art and peace project commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons signed by the nuclear-weapon states USA, the Soviet Union and Great Britain in 1968 and its formal ratification in 1970.

The artistic concept behind 50 Cities – 50 Traces, a touring exhibition of works by German artist Klaudia Dietewich, is to juxtapose individual traces from 50 Mayors for Peace cities and the daily life taking place therein. The exhibition is conceived as an invitation to respect and preserve the world’s visible remainders, which are bearers of memory. It is an appeal against the destruction of our cities and the deployment of nuclear weapons – thus supporting the core idea behind the Mayors for Peace movement: ‘Cities are not targets’.

Supported by W F Southall Trust, CB and HH Taylor 1984 Trust and the Bristol Quaker Peace and Justice Committee.

“Peace in Action” 30 minute Lunchtime Talks to accompany the exhibition 12:30 to 13:00
details here Event List
Free entry and bring your sandwiches.

A flyer for the exhibition can be downloaded from Peace 50 Cities – 50 Traces exhibition best printed from Adobe Reader remembering to set page scaling to printable area.

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