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Andrew, who describes himself as ‘living displaced’, has always loved libraries – even as a child.
A DX Lab Digital Drop-In experiment looking at some of the changes in NSW from 1860 to 1900 through the crimes recorded in the NSW Police Gazette.
Capturing the contested landscape for our exhibition Eight Days in Kamay was eye-opening for a Library photographer.
Read fascinating articles about new acquisitions, research discoveries and upcoming exhibitions.
While June has long since slipped from public memory, astrology and psychic pursuits hold an interesting place in Australian media history.
The Library has recently acquired a highly detailed world map, published in London in 1798.
The Library has recently acquired a unique oil painting by Australian artist Herbert Badham.
Three artists’ books — Signs & wonders by Stephen Dupont and Jacques Menasche, Farewell Angelina by Anna D’Addario and Duende by Peter Lyssiotis — were recently added to the Library’s collection.
On 29 April 1970 protestors marched through Sydney's CBD before making their way to La Perouse.
The Library has recently acquired the extraordinary archive of Peter Slater, one of Australia’s best-known ornithologists.
For this special Talking Deadly — a series hosted fortnightly by Travis De Vries — we will hear from artists whose work responds to the anniversary and legacy of Cook from a First Nations perspective.
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