Good Reading : September 2004
THE NORMAN LINDSAY GALLERY AND MUSEUM Home of artist and writer, Norman Lindsay, until his death in 1969, this sandstone cottage is now a gallery run by the National Trust, displaying his artwork, sculptures, ship models and Magic Pudding characters. You can spend an hour or a day enjoying the magnificent collection, grounds dotted with mythology and a unique atmosphere of creativity and history. The artist's painting and etching studios are also open to view. Changing exhibitions, gift-shop, bushwalk and café. The Norman Lindsay Festival of Children's Literature, created by the National Trust and sponsored each year by Dymocks Booksellers, has become an enormously popular and well-anticipated event because of the special program of talks, workshops and entertainment for writers and readers of all ages. Dates for next year's festival are March 19-20, 2005 and you can be placed on the mailing list for a program by calling the gallery on 02 4751 1067. 14 Norman Lindsay Cres Faulconbridge NSW 2776 Open 7 days 10am to 4pm Enquiries 02 4751 1067 www.hermes.net.au The Great Pudding Feast continues! - in the grounds of the Norman Lindsay Gallery each year, in the surroundings that inspired Norman Lindsay to write and illustrate one of the countries most enduring Children's books, The Magic Pudding in 1917.