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Marion Steven: An Academic Legacy

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  • Fri 11 Oct ’19, 5:45pm – 6:30pm


Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities, 3 Hereford St, Christchurch


All Ages

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  • Free Admission


Canterbury NZ

Marion Steven: an Academic Legacy:
Miss Marion Steven, founder of the James Logie Memorial Collection at the University of Canterbury, dedicated her life to Arts education. Presented by Natalie Looyer, postgraduate Classics student, this talk will focus on Miss Steven’s life and achievements. Natalie has recently completed an oral history project interviewing family, friends, students and colleagues of Marion Steven.

Museum doors will open at 5pm. Each talk will begin at 5.45pm.

For the love of Classics:
This free public talk is the first in a series of three hosted by the Teece Museum in association with BECA Christchurch Heritage Festival 2019.

Encountering local heroes of classics at the UC Teece Museum. In the past 146 years, Canterbury students of many disciplines have benefitted from some truly remarkable teachers of classics. This series of short-format talks will highlight the work of three local heroes of classics, who were influential and inspirational for several generations of students. Take advantage of the opportunity to view Fantastic Feasts, the newest exhibition at the Teece Museum.

Museum doors will open at 5pm. Each talk will begin at 5.45pm.

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