- Key partnerships
State Library partners with other organisations to deliver an exciting range of programs and events. You are invited to explore some of our key partnerships.
In 2013, the Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council recognised the need to undertake an extensive program of works to enhance Anzac Square to ensure its future continued use and relevance. A total of $21.98 million was invested by the Queensland Government, Commonwealth Government and Brisbane City Council, as part of the Queensland Government Anzac Centenary program. Beneath this historic site, discover the Anzac Square Memorial Galleries curated by the State Library of Queensland. Delve deeper into Queensland’s war history than ever before in this refreshed exhibition.
Brisbane Writers Festival
Brisbane Writers Festival connects Queenslanders through stories. For 59 years, the festival has brought communities together to celebrate the power of literature and be inspired by local and international writers. State Library is proud to be the home of Brisbane Writers Festival. Every year, our spaces come alive with hundreds of thought-provoking events for readers and writers of all ages. Join us for the festival in May and play your part in this rich culture of stories.
State Library of Queensland's partnership with Google offers a new way to explore our building and collections through the Google Arts and Culture platform.
Queensland University of Technology
Established in 2009, the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame recognises the public contribution made by leaders of business to the reputation of Queensland and its economic and social development.
Queensland Writers Centre
Queensland Writers Centre (QWC) is a not-for-profit membership organisation that supports, celebrates, and showcases Queensland writers and writing in all its forms. Whether you're penning a journal or writing the next great Australian novel, QWC provides a variety of events, workshops and personalised writing services to help and inspire writers at every stage and of all abilities. QWC offers opportunities to connect and engage with fellow writers and community. QWC is a resident partner of State Library, located on Level 2, and also houses the Children’s Book Council of Australia, Book Links and Queensland Poetry.
State Library of Queensland's commitment to enabling digitally inclusive, literate communities that are skilled for the twenty-first century is evidenced in two programs delivered in partnership with Telstra — Deadly Digital Communities and Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland. Telstra’s partnership with State Library works because we have a shared vision to see everyone thrive in the digital world. We want to see all Australians connect, participate and interact safely…, irrespective of age, income, ability, location or circumstances - Heather Rea, Senior Advisor, Digital Inclusion, Telstra