Creative Cities Southern Hui
The Creative Cities Southern Hui is free of charge.
28 NOVEMBER - 2 DECEMBER 2017 REGISTER NOW!
All welcome – registration is essential and required for entry.
Ōtepoti He Puna Auaha, UNESCO City of Literature warmly invites you to the Creative Cities Southern Hui – an invigorating assemblage of local and global creative minds.
The Creative Cities Southern Hui, generously sponsored by the NZ National Commission for UNESCO and the University of Otago, is an exciting partnership with the University of Otago's Centre for the Book that will explore the opportunities, diversities and potentialities of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network. We welcome you to be inspired by our wonderful guest speakers and their creative enterprise, develop creative partnerships, become creatively energised, converse, collaborate and help shape creative communities.
The Creative Cities Southern Hui is for ALL creative minds. Join the conversation across all art forms, disciplines, experiences and interests. Meet, listen, share and collaborate with us as we collectively explore our connections, locally and globally.
To be part of the FREE Creative Cities Southern Hui you will need to register below. Once registered, you will receive exclusive email tasters, keeping you up to date as our exciting plans unfold.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Creative Cities Southern Hui!
Centre for the Book Symposium: Books & Users
Book Lovers' Walking Tours
Art of the Book: Artworks Inspired by the Dunedin Public Libraries Collection
Otago Pioneer Women's Memorial Association Building Open Day
Kia ora koutou katoa (Greetings, hello to you all)
Welcome to Dunedin – UNESCO City of Literature and proud host of the Creative Cities Southern Hui 2017.
Located on the south east coast of New Zealand’s South Island, Dunedin is New Zealand’s first city. Named after its sister city, Dunedin is the Gaelic name for Edinburgh. It is one of New Zealand’s most important cultural and educational centres.
Dunedin is a place where creativity, writers, books and literature thrive. Dominated by a statue of Robbie Burns, the city acknowledges the importance of an egalitarian and vernacular literature within and for the community.
Explore New Zealand
Take some time to see what adventures the South Island has to offer, with specialised tours from Enterprise Dunedin.
Dunedin has a great range of accommodation options:
Book online here