Dates and times
- Monday 20 May 2024
The Coal Bunker Studio at The PumpHouse Theatre
How to get tickets
Artist and Poet
Elizabeth Barton is an artist and poet from New Zealand.
She moved to the UK in 1985 where she pursued a career in art and illustration, exhibiting with other fine artists in London’s West End and working freelance for publishers like Hodder & Stoughton and Penguin. On her return to New Zealand in 2013, she settled in Te Aroha and began her foray into poetry, which has become a mythic journey she never imagined possible.
She has two poetry collections published, including Mirrored Time which won the White Label Cinq in 2020 with Hedgehog Poetry Press, and is about to see a third collection in print, Auroral, by a new publisher in the US with the intriguing name Naked Cat Literature.
Elizabeth has established her own studio in Te Aroha, where she enjoys a unique creative hub showcasing her art and poetry books.
About Creative Talks
The PumpHouse Theatre’s Creative Talks series aims to bring the community together with creatives to discover more about their process and what inspires them. Each event explores what goes on behind the scenes to create their unique art. There is something for everyone with an interest in the arts and what inspires and drives creativity.
The event is free with tea and coffee provided.