Events & Talks

Throughout the year the State Library organises a range of exciting events, most of them free.

For events at a glance, check out the events calendar.

From stimulating lectures and talks inspired by our exhibitions and collections to films and concerts - there is something to interest everyone.

Library and Information Week 2015

Behind the Scenes tours

Visit the Reformatting team and the Preservation and Conservation area and discover more about the library’s physical and online collections of newspapers.

Sessions are free but bookings are essential. Call 9427 3111 to book your place. Meet on the Ground Floor next to the Welcome Desk.

Tuesday 26 May 11.00am – 12.30pm
Thursday 28 May 1.00pm – 2.30pm (repeat session.)

National Simultaneous Storytime

Join us to listen to The Brothers Quibble by Aaron Blabey read at the same time to children around Australia.

No bookings required, all welcome. Storytime is held at The Place on the Mezzanine Level.

Wednesday 27 May 10.30am

Your Library Online

Learn how to be an effective online searcher to find what you need when looking at the library catalogue and our online databases and journals.

Sessions are free but bookings are essential. Call 9427 3111 to book your place. Meet on the Ground Floor next to the Welcome Desk.

Friday 29 May 11.00am – 12.00pm

WA Day

Monday 1 June 10.00am - 4.00pm

Check out an exhibition of Memories of Regional WA, write your own captions for Weird and Wonderful Western Australian photographs from our collection, and discover the WA New Music Archive. Enjoy talks about Bounce Down, an exhibition about women's football in WA, and come along to handball clinics, too.

For more information, visit the WA Day website.

All venues at the Library are wheelchair accessible.

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