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It's Library and Information Week from 22 to 28 May 2017. Learn about the work our Public Library Services team does with libraries across the state.
Meet our Inclusion Advisory Committee. Learn how they are helping the Library to become a destination that goes beyond compliance in providing accessible facilities and inclusive services.
A new display on LGI was curated by Learning Services with students and teachers in mind but will appeal to learners of all ages.
The State Library has acquired a beautiful first edition of Isaac Newton's important scientific work on optics.
Interviews with gay men and women, conducted by Garry Wotherspoon in 1980-1988, are now available to listen to through Amplify, the Library's oral history site.
Among the latest library acquisitions is the Kaldor Public Art Projects website
Who would have thought that a tiny book - no bigger than a 50 cent piece – could tell us so much about its owner?
The Library recently acquired an original collage and mixed media artwork by Martin Sharp.
This beautiful 12 inch table globe recently purchased by the Library is one of the earliest globes to record all three of Cook’s voyages.
The Library has recently acquired a watercolour by Thomas Rowlandson, satirical artist of Georgian England.
A significant addition to the Library’s collection of colonial art.
This beautiful edition of Strabo’s ‘kolossourgia’, or colossal work, published with commentary by Isaac Casaubon, has been acquired for the Library’s collections.
Join us for a night of laughs at the Library to announce the winner of the 2017 Russell Prize for Humour Writing.
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