Your Anzac Day 2021

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What's on

Deadly Threads curator's tour

Thu 13 May (ongoing) · 11–11:30am
Join our Deadly Threads showcase curator or special guest tour guide and have a yarn about where we found all those shirts.

Brisbane Writers Festival

Fri 7 May (ongoing) · 4–8pm
State Library is the home of Brisbane Writers Festival. Book now for an incredible program of writers, thinkers, dreamers, and artists.

Game Changers in conversation with CJ Hendry

Thu 29 Apr · 6–7pm
CJ will be in a conversation with Emeritus Professor Suzi Derbyshire, a discussion that is guaranteed to be challenging, frank and inspiring.

State Library blog

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