Sun 4 December: 12.30–1.30pm, 1.30–2.30pm (4 to 8 years) or 2.30–3.30pm (8 to 12 years)
$5 per child (ACT M&G Members and eligible concession card holders free). Workshop bookings by Thursday 1 December.
Join us for an afternoon of structured workshops, led by local artist Jacqueline Bradley.
Explore the National Library of Australia’s John Meredith Folklore Collection in the exhibition Memory of the World in Canberra and discover the many different ways people remember the past. Then create and play your own musical instrument in the CMAG Studio.
Sally Tompkinson's hands
National Library of Australia
Discover the rich documentary heritage held in Canberra’s premier cultural institutions and the contribution made to the UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Register by Canberra's librarians, archivists, curators and conservators.
Join University Archivist, Maggie Shapley, for an exclusive opportunity to tour the repository situated over the Parkes Way tunnel
To write an informed history we need to preserve the records of the past.
The significance of items included on the UNESCO Memory of the World Australian Register list gives us insight into our history and heritage.