The People’s Library is a contemporary artwork with a uniquely Tasmanian library at its core. Over 150 authors bring this performance library to life through readings, discussions and live events. Join us throughout September where a groundswell of public telling awaits.
In 1805, Anglican minister and magistrate, Robert Knopwood, was granted 30 acres in Hobart’s Sullivan’s Cove. The land was subdivided into residential plots and with the building of Mulgrave Battery in 1818, the locality became known as Battery Point. From its beginnings as a home to a mix of wealth and poverty, wharf labourers, whalers, boat-builders, merchants and factory owners – more recently a pleasant, leafy suburb, Battery Point has been a vibrant and mostly close-knit community for over 200 years. Home And Hearth: Stories Of A Battery Point Cottage is a collection of fictional stories about the people and the place over those two centuries.
ACQUISITION COLOUR #2. REDDISH WHITE†
is composed of snow white, with a very minute portion of crimson red and ash grey
Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours