“Let me introduce you to a heroine. Her name was Dorothy Gwynnyd Darnell. It is thanks to this remarkable woman that we can today visit the Jane Austen House Museum in Chawton.”
These words marked the beginning of a memorable feature talk. In a first for the Jane Austen Society of Australia, the whole of the meeting held on Saturday 15th August 2020 was recorded on live video.
Like most organisations, JASA has been unable to hold our regular meetings for many months due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, as we emerge from strict lockdown practices, the JASA committee worked within health and safety guidelines to arrange this meeting. The small group of people in attendance adhered to safe Covid-19 practices and thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to be together again in person while sharing our common bond.
JASA hopes all members and their loved ones are well and safe. Please enjoy this ‘virtual’ meeting.https://youtu.be/HCA_AttN6DQ
JASA’s president, literary speaker Susannah Fullerton, has been unable to work during this time, resulting in the loss of her entire income. Please support her by viewing her range of video talks available from her website. https://susannahfullerton.com.au/