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Tomorrow till Sun 11 Jul · 10am–5pm
Big Voices celebrates the power of children to express themselves through art and features paintings and drawings from the renowned Dr Barbara Piscitelli AM Chi
Tomorrow till Sun 4 Jul · 10am–5pm
Artists' books are artworks that use the form or characteristics of a book. With both traditional and contemporary approaches, artists’ books happily unbridle t
Now till Sun 15 Aug · 10am–5pm
Nothing says statement more than an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander shirt worn with pride.  Deadly Threads is a showcase examining Indigenous shirts – bor
Now till Sun 10 Apr 2022 · 10am–5pm
Thought libraries were all about books? You’re in for a surprise. For art, culture and history lovers, take a self-guided tour of State Library and discover fas
Every Tue, Thu & Sat · 10–10:45am
From babes in arms to children ready to dance, this First 5 Forever session is a special time for you and your little one where you can share rhymes, songs, sto
Tomorrow (ongoing) · 10:30am–12pm
Never used the tools in the Fabrication Lab before? That's okay. State Library runs a weekly Fabrication Lab general induction. These inductions provide you wit
Tomorrow (ongoing) · 11am–12:30pm
Join us for free First 5 Forever Play Time in The Corner every day. Families will be supported with open-ended play opportunities and curated resource packs to
Tomorrow · 11:30am–2:30pm
Join us in celebrating Deadly Threads, a colourful display of 190 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander shirts that tell a story of belonging, identity, celebra
Sun 16 May (ongoing) · 10–10:30am
Our showcase curator or special guest tour guide is looking forward to showing you Deadly Threads and having a yarn about where we found those shirts. Tours are
Sun 16 May (ongoing) · 10–10:45am
Join the fun of our First 5 Forever Story Time sessions for children aged 0-5. A small selection of stories are shared either by reading or oral storytelling an
Sun 16 May · 5–6pm
Join us for an online panel discussion series celebrating the survival and revival of Queensland’s first languages led by State Library's Indigenous Languages C
Mon 17 May · 11am–12pm
Identifying the style of your house can lead to a discovery of the date it was built, and even the architect, designer or builder. Find the clues to your house'