Stories Search stories Search stories BROWSE BY SUBJECTAboriginal Australians Art and Design Behind the Scenes Biography Exhibition Exploration History Literature Mapping Natural World Openbook Photography World War I Latest stories History Openbook A model archiveby Lisa CliffordLisa Clifford reflects on donating her late mother June Dally-Watkins’ scrapbooks to the Library. Natural World Openbook Rara Avis the impossible black swanby Margot RileyA new addition to the Library’s world-class collection of Australian ornithological drawings. History Openbook You say you want a referendumby Andrew TriggAndrew Trigg explores the Library's referenda-related ephemera. Biography Openbook 40 boxesby Inez BaranayInez Baranay reflects on her complicated biographical subject, Sasha Soldatow. Show more of the latest stories Featured Art and Design Biography Openbook Art & life: Cressida Campbellby Elizabeth FortescueAs she finalises work for her landmark exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, Sydney artist Cressida Campbell invites Openbook into her studio. Aboriginal Exhibition Openbook Calling the Koori Knockoutby Brad CookeOne of the most important sporting and cultural events on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander calendar returns. History Openbook Enemy aliensby Kate Garrett, Andrew McNamara and Seumas SparkArtworks — never before seen — by some of the ‘Dunera boys’ go on display in Orange, the place where many of the works were created. Exhibition History Coming Out in the 70sGay and lesbian life went public in the 70s. Speaking up and standing out, gay men and women took to the streets proudly demanding to be seen, heard and accepted. These chapters draw from stories and records in the Library’s collection to explore how the gay and lesbian rights movement emerged in NSW in the 1970s.