- Tue 11 Sep 2018
- Gallery 6
- $15, Friends $10, Students with ID free
- Refreshments provided
Join us in welcoming Helen Clark in celebration of the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New Zealand.
Currently an active humanitarian, the former New Zealand Prime Minister and first female head of the United Nations Development Programme has been named as the world’s third most influential woman. Helen Clark will share with us her experiences and insights into what it means to be a resilient leader. What has she been up against in order to make it, and how did she turn challenges into ongoing success?
The talk will be moderated by Dina Jezdic, curator of the LATE series at Auckland Museum. Dina is currently pursuing an EdD doctorate in the area of Serving Society: Creating Equity, Diversity and Justice focusing on research within arts and culture. She is a founding member of FoAM, Feminists of Auckland Museum.
The Monica Brewster Evenings in association with Govett Quilliam – The Lawyers bring an impressive array of national and international artists and cultural thinkers to New Plymouth.