Fireside Chats at Nutcote
Join us for our winter series of Fireside Chats which will be held in May Gibbs’ living room at Nutcote. The Talks will be followed by a delicious afternoon tea in the garden.
Sunday 30 July 3:30 – 5:30
The Coal Loader – its history and future
David Banbury – Project Co-Ordinator for the Coal Loader project. North Sydney Council.
Join David as he dives into the fascinating history of the Coal Loader at Balls Head Waverton and talks about the layering of human history at the site and what the future holds for this community place.
Sunday 27 August 3:30 – 5:30
Where the flying saucers come from
Peter Kingston – Artist, Cartoonist, Sculpturist
Peter is well known for his charming, highly detailed works that capture the essence of Sydney and its Harbour. He will tantalise us with his talk on May Gibbs and the influence of her art.
Sunday 17 September 3:30 – 5:30
The Architecture of BJ Waterhouse
Dick Gall – Retired Engineer and Nutcote Volunteer
Dick’s Talk will focus on the domestic architecture of B.J. Waterhouse, an architect and artist who designed Nutcote. Waterhouse, in his early architecture, followed the principles of the English Arts and Craft movement evident in Nutcote’s design
Tickets cost $40 or $30 for Friends of Nutcote. Bookings essential, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.