What's On

Format: 21/10/2018
Format: 21/10/2018
Old black and white photograph of men sitting at the bottom of a large fig tree making boomerangs. A beach can be seen in the background.

Sydney Elders: Continuing Aboriginal Stories

Saturday 6 October 2018 to Sunday 13 October 2019
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A new project by Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathon Jones, who has collaborated with four Sydney elders — Uncle Chicka, Aunty Esme, Aunty Sandra and Uncle Dennis — to tell a very personal story of Aboriginal Sydney.

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Blocks of coloured black and white histrorical photograph

UNESCO SIX

Saturday 6 October 2018 to Sunday 5 May 2019
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Our UNESCO World Heritage collections displayed together for the very first time.

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Black and while photograph of women in 19th century dress helping one another into a row boat at the shore of a river.

Memories on Glass

Saturday 6 October 2018 to Sunday 5 May 2019
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A rare personal record of one Australian family's life during the late 19th and early 20th Century. 

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Projections of a grid of portraits projected onto a gallery's walls.

#NewSelfWales

Saturday 6 October 2018 to Sunday 17 February 2019
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What does the face of NSW look like in 2018? Help us find out. 

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Illustration of a penguin in trousers, a man with a beard and koala wearing a suit (who is holding up a pudding with legs and a face and basin hat).

The Magic Pudding: Celebrating 100 years

Saturday 29 September 2018 to Sunday 24 February 2019
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Celebrating the 100th anniversary of one of Australia’s best-known children’s books.

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2018 Nikon-Walkley Press Photography “Rain On My Parade” by Matthew Abbott, Oculi.

2018 Nikon-Walkley Press Photography

Thursday 11 October 2018 to Sunday 25 November 2018
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Grab your friends and head to the Library to see the biggest stories of the past year through the lenses of Australia's best press photographers! 

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Miles Franklin Diaries

Amaze Gallery

Saturday 6 October 2018 to Friday 31 December 2021
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An ever changing selection of fascinating items from the Library's extraordinary collection.

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