Tuesday 21st May

Celebrate UNESCO Dunedin City of Literature Books

Dunedin UNESCO City of Literature. Dunedin Public Libraries, Toitū Otago Settlers Museum and Dunedin Public Art Gallery join forces to bring you three opportunities to enjoy books today, with readings, author talks and books, books, books!

Take a tour of the city’s places of culture and learning, and spend time reading in New Zealand’s City of Literature.

12 noon – 1pm : CITY LIBRARY - Readings and imagery by “And then the Wind Came” author Iona Winter

Iona Winter - And then the Wind Came Image supplied by Iona Winter
And then the Wind Came - Iona Winter Steele Roberts Publishers

5pm – 6pm : Toitū Otago Settlers Museum - Book Night author talk with local journalist and writer, Rob Tipa

Rob Tipa Izumi Uchida Schmidt
Treasures of Tane - Rob Tipa Huia Press

6pm : Dunedin Public Art Gallery - Music Month special for Book Night with musician and music writer Dr Ian Chapman

Pop-up Dunedin Public Libraries with a selection of UNESCO Dunedin City of Literature books will be running at Toitū Otago Settlers’ Museum and Dunedin Public Art Gallery during the talks, so remember to bring your library card so you can check out a book or two to enjoy at home.

Dr Ian Chapman Kay Mercer
Some Disenchanted Evening - Ian Chapman Ian Chapman

Tuesday 21st May

FREE