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Blue Mountains Tourist : Summer 2008-09
THE NORMAN LINDSAY GALLERY If you’ve ever wanted to be in a band or connect with other musicians, here’s your chance – the Blue Mountains Summer Music Program. The program will run over a week from January 12 to 17. Industry professionals will guide participants through an intensive but fun music program, carefully designed to improve their skills and enhance their creativity. Participants will show off summer 2008/9 their newly honed skills in a grand finale concert. The only requirement to take part in the program is basic playing or singing ability (2yrs tuition). All instruments and all ages are welcome. Waratah School of Music is the premier school in the Blue Mountains for the study of contemporary or classical music. For more information phone (02) 4782 9500 or visit www.waratahschoolofmusic.com Home of artist and writer Norman Lindsay until his death in 1969, this sandstone cottage and extensive grounds is now a gallery run by the National Trust, displaying the artist’s watercolours, oils, etchings, ship models, sculpture and Magic Pudding characters. A café in an idyllic setting as well as a gift shop is open every day offering limited edition watercolour and facsimile etching prints and collectable gifts. 14 Norman Lindsay Cres, Faulconbridge NSW 2776 Telephone (02) 4751 1067 Facsimile (02) 4751 5845 www.normanlindsay.com.au www.bluemountainstouristnewspaper.com.au 31