Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage - NAIDOC WEEK 2019
Building on the previous Protocols for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Collections, State Library of Queensland is committed to making Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage accessible. Read more in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Collections Commitments document.
Each year during NAIDOC Week, State Library shines the spotlight on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collections. They are a significant part of the John Oxley Library and are shared in Queensland content.
- 30299 Jo-Anne Driessens photographs 1997-2000, a collection of digital images, prints and album, titled Cherbourg Today 1998, documenting everyday life, people, places and events in and around Queensland in the late 1990s and early 2000s, including significant Indigenous musicians Archie Roach and Seaman Dan performing at Woodford Folk Festival in 2000.
- APE-61 Bloomfield River and District Photographs 1880-1886, images of the Bloomfield River, local Kuku-Yalanji people. and industry established in the district.
- 31379 Hamish Cairns Invasion Day rally 2018 photographs, 16 photographs showing the 'Invasion Day' march in Brisbane on Australia Day 2018, that came about largely due to the #changethedate movement linked to January 26.
- Palm Island our People – a showcase of images, memorabilia and digital stories including the long-playing (1:02) 16mm film by Wal Deutscher entitled Palm Island, the island of sunshine, ca. 1952.
- The Mapoon Copy Print collection - digitised images reproduced from various sources. A selection is available on State Library's catalogue. One Search.
Anne Scheu | Collections Engagement | Queensland Memory