We'll be slowly reintroducing onsite curator tours, while continuing to deliver public programs and learning activities online. See updates here.
For this special Talking Deadly 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.
In 1924 May Gibbs broke into the burgeoning Australian comic strip scene and became Australia’s first female cartoonist.
Join us for this 30-minute introduction to ProQuest Central, your online gateway to a wide range of scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers covering a wide variety of subjects.
The State Library of New South Wales holds a significant collection of WWI diaries and letters. These personal voices reveal the horror, the loneliness and the adventure of war.
Join us for an introduction to Ancestry Library Edition, an important research tool for family historians.
Public history shapes our communities’ understandings of the past. This series will explore the issues that stimulate and bedevil the work of public historians.
In this session we will focus on strategy and problem solving, with a discussion on the fundamental elements of a successful family history research project.