Join University of Canterbury lecturer Dr. Nicholas Wright and current Masters of Writing students who will read some of Ursula’s poetry and then share their own written responses. This is an opportunity to support emerging writers in the beautiful surroundings of Te Whare Waiutuutu Kate Sheppard House.
Dr Nicholas Wright is a lecturer in English and coordinator of the Masters of Writing programme. His poetry has been published in Landfall, The Spinoff, and the Poetry New Zealand Yearbook.
Bookings are recommended, door entry may be available if not sold out prior.
Admission to the Ursula Bethell: A Fine and Private Place exhibition is also free and you are welcome to explore on the day.
If you want to explore the Te Whare Waiutuutu Kate Sheppard House visitor experience before or after the talk, admission charges will apply (booking recommended).