CSNY Déjà vu and more in Arts

CSNY Déjà vu and more in Arts

June 16, 2010

Arts:

As a part of the Outside-in Cinema screenings in Experimedia here at the Library, on Wednesday 16th June at 6:30pm you can catch the recent rockumentary, CSNY: Déjà vu. The film… Read More ›

CSNY Déjà vu and more in Arts

CSNY Déjà vu and more in Arts

June 15, 2010

Arts, Music, Popular music:

As a part of the Outside-in Cinema screenings in Experimedia here at the Library, on Wednesday 16th June at 6:30pm you can catch the recent rockumentary, CSNY: Déjà vu. The film… Read More ›

Family History Feast bookings now open!

June 15, 2010

Family history events, Family matters:

Family History Feast : our annual day of free information sessions for family historians is to be held on Monday 2 August 2010 from 10am to 4pm at the State… Read More ›

What’s new on the Arts shelves

What’s new on the Arts shelves

June 13, 2010

Arts, Film, Photography, Popular music, Visual arts:

The Drawings of Bronzino This beautiful new book from Yale University Press highlights the wonderful draughtsmanship of Mannerist artist Agnolo Bronzino who was a pupil of the great Pontormo. It can be found… Read More ›

Vicnet wins internet best practice award

June 11, 2010

Announcements, News:

Vicnet has won the Best Diversity Initiative of 2009 in the inaugural Australia and New Zealand Internet Best Practice Awards.

Metallic sturm und drang in Arts

Metallic sturm und drang in Arts

June 10, 2010

Arts, Music, Popular music:

As well as holding a wide selection of popular culture artefacts in the Arts Collection, we also love and lap up many examples of highly unpopular culture. One of the… Read More ›

Listen while you work in Arts

Listen while you work in Arts

June 9, 2010

Arts, Music, Popular music:

Sound Beam is a regular program highlighting recorded music from the Arts audio-visual collection. It is accessible through headphones at selected workstations in the Arts Reading Room The current program… Read More ›

1901 Irish census now online

June 9, 2010

Family matters, Websites:

The 1901 Irish census is now available to view on the National Archives of Ireland website. This census is the oldest surviving complete census for Ireland. All counties for 1901… Read More ›

All you need is love: free video screening

All you need is love: free video screening

June 8, 2010

Arts, Music:

We have a regular series of programs to highlight recordings in the audio-visual collection.      Isolde Films, 2008. On Wednesday June 9 @ 12.00 noon we’re having one of our fortnightlyscreenings in Arts held… Read More ›

Welcome to the website you asked for

June 4, 2010

About us, Announcements, News, Updates:

Here it is. The new State Library website with everything you told us you wanted.

Such was life

Love, conflict, religion, politics, tragedy…

Love, conflict, religion, politics, tragedy…

May 16, 2018 1 comment

A minister of religion and a young lady confronted by a rejected suitor and his angry mother, a court case, battles over alcohol laws, fiery preaching, love, tragedy and death. Just one small story in the pages of Trove historical newspapers.

Arts

Nicolaus Copernicus, De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (On the revolutions of celestial spheres), Basil, Ex officina Henricpetrina, 1566

Books that changed the world

April 24, 2018 2 comments

Some books alter the course of history; others have profoundly influenced the way we see ourselves. Books can change the wider world, and also change our personal worlds; no two… Read More ›