Sedef Ecer – Gallipoli from a woman’s perspective
Caroline Laurent – inspiration at Oriental Bay
We hope to see you at the Friends’ event featuring French writer Sedef Ecer on Tuesday 7 March but if you can’t be there in person, here’s how to register for a Zoom call.
You do not need to install the software in order to attend, you can opt to run Zoom from your browser.
Register here if you’d like to join this talk and we’ll send you the link to use on the day.
Time: 5:30 to 7.30 pm (formalities 6.00 to 7.15 pm)
Venue: Auditorium, National Library, Molesworth Street, access from Aitken Street
RSVP: email@example.com by 5:30pm Wednesday 1 March.
Murray Pillar from the Pop-up Millwood Gallery will be on hand to sell copies of Room to Write, the newly-launched bilingual collection of writing by past residents of Randell Cottage. Light refreshments served before and after the event. Koha (suggest $5 pp) would be appreciated.
Who are the latest French writers in residence at Randell Cottage?
How are they drawing on their experiences here, in combination with their multicultural heritages, to inform their creative work?
Come and hear Franco-Turkish novelist, actor and playwright Sedef Ecer, as she shares her evolving concept for a First World War Gallipoli encounter between women from Turkey and New Zealand. Watch the newest video in our web-based series with Caroline Laurent, of French and Mauritian extraction, on her recent stay, with plans to return. Produced by Godwit Films and funded by the French Embassy, this short video is in French with English subtitles.
You are invited to join members of the Friends of Randell Cottage, the Randell Cottage Writers Trust, the Friends of the Turnbull Library and representatives of the Embassy of France at the National Library on Tuesday, 7 March from 5:30 for 6:00 pm.