Calendar of events
8th February 2016
A celebration of the resilience of Queensland communities responding to the significant weather events of the summer of 2010-11.
A thought-provoking journey into the Tindale collection, what it means to Aboriginal people and its place in Queensland's history
Step inside a 3D installation of iconic Queensland illustrations from SLQ collections, taken from the historical The Queenslander magazine.
Every Monday and Wednesday, a volunteer Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Declarations will be available in the Infozone.
Browse a curated book display as part of the Peace and Quiet exhibition.
Explore personal, social and political ideas of peace in this community generated exhibition.
Make a personalised gift for someone you love, as part of the Peace and Quiet exhibition.
Add your portrait and narrative to the collective Queensland story as part of the Queensland Faces exhibition.
Explore unique portraits from SLQ collections to uncover the stories and lives of everyday Queenslanders.
Walan giiny, meaning ‘strong heart’, is a mixed media display by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists living with disability.
Join an SLQ staff member in kuril dhagun every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon for creative activities in the Reading nook.
During this season’s ‘oceans, islands and stars’ Reading nook theme, weave a fish or craft some ocean and star hanging decorations. Plus, practise Taba Naba, a learning rhythm song, take part in our star hunt game, and learn more about the constellation of Tagai.
There’s no need to book — simply come along and have some fun learning about the Torres Strait Islands!