Due to essential maintenance, access to some online services including the viewing of digitised items will be temporarily unavailable between 5 pm AEST on Sunday, 17 November and 8 am AEDT on Monday, 18 November 2019. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
A seminar dedicated to the challenges of self-digitising your family history documents.
The Festival and the State Library NSW are proud to present digital restorations of three of Charlie’s classic silent short comedies made at the Essanay Studios in 1915.
This special two-day program will take you on an "artist's eye" journey of the Library's collections.
Join us at the Library for The B List, an exciting, new style of book club hosted by the award-winning author and avid reader, Bri Lee. After the conversation we will retire to our historic Friends Room where you will be able to buy a drink and chat further with your new book club friends!
In 2015, The Guardian journalist Gabrielle Jackson told her editor she wanted to write about endometriosis. It turned into a world-wide investigation into the disease which became the catalyst for Gabrielle thinking more widely about women's pain and how it is viewed and treated not just by the medical profession, but by wider society, the result is her new book Pain and Prejudice.
The Festival and the State Library NSW are proud to present digital restorations of three of Charlie’s classic silent short comedies made in 1916.
Every year the Royal Society of NSW encourages excellence in postgraduate physics research, with the Jak Kelly Award to a promising young researcher. Join us as we announce this year’s winner and hear from them about their own exciting innovation for our future.