|Transforming Tindale - A travelling exhibition from State Library of Queensland (SLQ) - at Arana Hills Library until 20 February|
The Transforming Tindale exhibition has finally been installed at our library and is attracting a lot of attention which is very pleasing. The exhibition explores the legacy of Norman Tindale’s 1938 anthropological expedition to Aboriginal communities. These records are both a source of contention surrounding the treatment of Aboriginal Australians, and a valuable resource for relatives. If you are not able to visit the library to see the exhibition you can explore the virtual exhibition online here.
Sounds like just what I need. Thank you Chris!
If it sounds like just the ticket for you too you might want to put these dates in your diary now. Please call the library to book a place so we put out enough seats won't you?
Arana Hills Library - Wednesday 17 February 2-3pm Ph: 3351 3401
Albany Creek Library - Thursday 18 February 10-11am Ph: 3264 5267
I'm a bit sorry that I'm going to Sydney this weekend and missing out on GSQ'S Grand Opening and Family History Fair and the fabulous Writing and Publishing workshop that my own Society, QFHS, is hosting. But it will be lovely to catch up with my dear old Dad. ("Not so much of the old!" I can hear him protest)
Have a wonderful week everyone.