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LIMMUD LIVE | Saturday 12 June @The Ship, Herne Bay
LIMMUD | Sunday 13 June @Diocesan School for Girls, Epsom

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Sunday, June 13 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
The life and work of Mina Arndt (1885-1926)

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Mina Arndt was a New Zealand-born painter and graphic artist. She was a prolific artist across many media, and spent several years working and studying in England and Germany prior to World War I. This will be a joint session exploring her life and work with Len Bell, art historian, and Susan Isaacs, Mina’s great-niece. 

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Susan Isaacs

Susan Isaacs, formerly Arndt, is a fourth generation Jewish New Zealander from Wellington, where she and her husband Nigel have raised three children, David, Katherine and Benjamin. After many years working in international education within the public sector, Susan now runs her own... Read More →
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Len Bell

Leonard (Len) Bell has taught art history at the University of Auckland for many years. His books include Colonial Constructs: European Images of Maori 1840-1914 (1992), In Transit: Questions of Home and Belonging in New Zealand Art (2007), Marti Friedlander (2009), Jewish Lives in... Read More →


Sunday June 13, 2021 1:30pm - 2:30pm NZST
C145
  Arts & Culture