Workshops & courses

The State Library of New South Wales provides a range of workshops and courses both for the public and library industry professionals. 

Bookings and prepayment are strongly advised for all events and courses. Please inform the Events Liaison Officer of any special requirements, or arrangements for people with a disability.

Costs for workshops, seminars and courses include GST.

Please note that some workshops or courses need to be booked via an external agency; where this is the case, it will be indicated in the workshop or course details.

Information about the 11th Australasian Rare Books Summer School courses can be found here.


SRL verandah

Thursday 10 December 2015, 10.30 AM

Workshop: Where do I start? Library Website & Catalogues

This hands-on workshop provides an overview of the services and resources available from the State Library website. Explore highlights of the Library’s collections, take a guided tour of the catalogues and browse our exhibitions and events. Basic computing skills are required

This event is part of the Lifelong Learning series.

kids photography workshop

Tuesday 19 January 2016, 9.30 AM

Workshop: Photography Workshop - Portraits in the Mitchell Library

In this full- day workshop you will develop camera skills, learn about composition and design and train your creative eye!

This event is part of the Kids@the Library series.

tony mott skeleton

Thursday 21 January 2016, 10.00 AM

Workshop: Drawing with Ben Brown

Be inspired by the graphic artwork of our current exhibition What A Life! created by artist Ben Brown and then join the man himself and create your own artwork in this hands on workshop.

This event is part of the Kids@the Library series.

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Macquarie St, Sydney
NSW 2000, Australia
Tel: (02) 9273 1414

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