Join award winning Australian writer Tea Cooper and the Friends of Grossmann House, for a late afternoon talk and refreshments at Brough House in Maitland.
Join author Tea Cooper and the Friends of Grossmann House, for a late afternoon talk and refreshments at the National Trust’s Brough House, 73 Church St, Maitland from 4-6.00pm on Saturday 18th September.
As the first speaker for the first Grossmann Lecture, Tea Cooper will talk about her writing process and novels, one of which The Girl in the Painting is based on areas of Maitland, Hill End and The Rocks of early Sydney. She is an award winning Australian writer of historical fiction. In a past life, she was a teacher, a journalist and a farmer. These days she haunts museums and indulges her passion for story telling.
Tea Cooper is an international bestselling author of several novels including The Naturalist’s Daughter, The Woman in the Green Dress, and The Cartographer’s Secret.
Refreshments are included in the price of the ticket.
Enquiries: Please contact Helen Belcher via 0439334000.
Tickets: Tickets will be on sale from 30 July via Eventbrite: National Trust members $20, general admission adults $25.