Drawing on her research into colonial cooking, Te Papa curator Katie Cooper will explore the technology of the nineteenth-century kitchen and examine the flurry of activities that would once have animated the hub of the household.
The Katherine Mansfield House & Garden is New Zealand’s foremost literary house museum. It welcomes visitors into her birthplace while educating and inspiring them about Katherine Mansfield’s internationally acclaimed works.
Museum entry fee applies. See www.katherinemansfield.com for more information.
Event: City Talk
Venue: Katherine Mansfield House & Garden, 25 Tinakori Road, Thorndon
Date & Time: Sunday 29th October 2pm
Cost: Adults $8, Students $3, Concession $6, Children (under 18) Free
Host: Katherine Mansfield Birthplace Society Inc.
Contact: www.katherinemansfield.com 04 473 7268