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A Single Hurt Colour

A Single Hurt Colour

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  • Sat 15 Nov ’14, 6:00pm – 6:45pm


The Young, 2/7 Hawker Street, Mount Victoria, Wellington Show map


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission



The relationship between art and writing, artist and writer, is explored through the rooms of the Young Gallery. Travel through the exhibitions with our writers and listen to the lines between art and fiction, paint and poetry, sight and sound.
Featuring: Mark Amery, Megan Dunn and Mary-Jane Duffy
Footnote: arrive early for your last chance to see Iain Cheesman and Robert Cherry exhibitions.
Footnote Two: The title of this session ‘A single hurt colour’ is a fragment from Gertrude Stein’s Tender Buttons. A masterpiece of words as image as words.

Presented as part of LitCrawl Wellington 2014: a one-night only treat in which writers, performers, tinkers, wordsmiths, editors, funny people, poets, brewers, mixologists, experts and loads of people like you will all come together for one night of spoken word celebration.

Get friends, find gold coins (entry to LitCrawl sessions is by gold coin(s) donation), study the programme (on www.litcrawl.co.nz), then get on your merry way on Saturday 15 November.

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