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In conversation: Joanne Drayton and Linda Tyler

In conversation…………

Joanne Drayton and Linda Tyler

Joanne Drayton and Linda Tyler are two dynamic and talented women who live, work and write about art.

Both are leading academics, Joanne (top left) a top teacher in design at UNITEC and Linda at The University of Auckland’s National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries. Linda manages the University art collection and the Gus Fisher Gallery. She also teaches art writing and curatorial practice.

Joanne is an artist and literary biographer whose books include the entertaining and critically-acclaimed The Search for Anne Perry andNgaio Marsh: Her Life in Crime.

Join Joanne and Linda for a lively chat over a glass of wine.
Sunday 25 May 2014, at 4 pm
Michael King Writers’ Centre, Summit Road
Takarunga Mt Victoria, Devonport (off Kerr St)

Entry by koha ($5)
Bookings recommended

Ph: 09 445 8451
E: assistant@writerscentre.org.nz


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