Programs

Mother and childBest Start
Best Start is a universal family literacy program aimed at supporting stronger language and literacy environments for young children from 0–5 years and their families.

Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation
Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation, will commemorate and celebrate our history, capture living memories, and help current and future generations understand Queensland’s experiences during and after the First World War – renewing the First World War and Anzac legacy.

Contemporary Indigenous artist Chernâee Sutton with her work at ReconciliAction at SLQ, 2013kuril dhagun community programs
Calling for expressions of interest in various artistic community programs designed to highlight Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture

State Library of QueenslandSLQ2020
SLQ2020 will be a new plan for State Library leading up to 2020, setting a high level direction to ensure our programs and services meet the needs of all Queenslanders. Learn how you can get involved!

Read4LifeRead4Life
Read4Life is a community-based program to build awareness and understanding of the importance of reading to children under the age of five.

Dads ReadDads Read
Dads Read provides tips and tools to encourage and support fathers in reading to your children. Dads Read is an early childhood literacy initiative developed by State Library of Queensland to promote family literacy.

 

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