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Self-guided tours, Term 4 'Art in Public Spaces' and 'Treasure Hunt'

Self-guided tours, Term 4 'Art in Public Spaces' and 'Treasure Hunt'

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Welcome Desk Level 1

State Library of Queensland, Stanley Place

Cultural Precinct

South Brisbane, QLD 4101

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Explore the State Library in self-guided experience that grow positive relationships with library systems and spaces!

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Art in Public Spaces

35 persons max (including adults) per two-hour session

Recommended for Years 9 - 12

Session times: 10.00am – 12.00pm / 12.30pm – 2.30pm.

Explore three major public art works within the State Library building across Level 1 and Level 4, in a self-guided experience. These major works by First Nations women include MAIWAR Yunggulba (2017) by Megan Cope, Kurilpa Country by Lilla Watson, and Black Opium (2006) by Fiona Foley. To enhance your visit, download the dedicated State Library education resource, 'Art in Public Spaces' here.

Bookings are essential to ensure MAIWAR Yunggulba by Megan Cope is accessible in kuril dhagun, a dedicated cultural and multi-purpose space celebrating First Nations knowledge and stories.

For further information please contact us via email at learning@slq.qld.gov.au or phone (07) 3840 7666.

Contact us in advance if your group is larger than 35 or if your group has special needs.

Treasure Hunt

35 persons max (including adults) per two-hour session

Recommended for Years 5-10

Session times: 10.00am – 12.00pm / 12.30pm – 2.30pm

Explore the State Library in a self-guided 'Treasure Hunt' experience that grows positive relationships with library systems and spaces! Teachers direct small groups of 2-10 students to carry out tasks that ensure connection with all five floors of the building. For primary groups, additional adult supervision must be provided by the school for each small group of students.

Visit our dedicated State Library resource for the 'Treasure Hunt' experience here.

For further information please contact us via email at learning@slq.qld.gov.au or phone (07) 3840 7666.

Contact us in advance if your group is larger than 35 or if your group has special needs.

To make the most of your visit we encourage students and teachers to become members prior to your visit. Please use a residential Queensland address, not the school address, when registering. Membership is free and enables students to search the catalogue and place physical items on hold, ready to collect and use during their time onsite.

Visit Curriculum Connect to find State Library teaching resources across key learning areas, and What’s On to see our current events and exhibitions.

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State Library carpark access has changed

Due to Brisbane City Council’s permanent closure of Victoria Bridge to general traffic, all access to the Cultural Centre carparks is now via Stanley Place (from the Grey Street and Peel Street intersection, or Montague Road).

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