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Plans tonight? Start the first weekend of summer on the Mr Tulk terrace, then continue the night at our pop-up bar from 7pm with DJs, vinyl, bars and late-night access to our new Triple R - 3RRR 102.7FM exhibition.
"The year was 1844 and Van Diemen’s Land had a problem. Its prison system was overcrowded and convicts who’d earned a ticket of leave were unable to find anywhere to work."

A cargo of fallen angels

Introducing our 2016 Young Researcher Fellows! These outstanding students from the Mallee cluster of schools, more than 500 km from Melbourne, took part in a year-long research project with us on topics connected to their local communities. Launched today, their projects have been published as a book and added to the State Collection. We’re so proud of this inspiring group of young people.
Plans Friday night? Start the first weekend of summer at our pop-up bar. Join us after-hours as we open the Library and Mr Tulk with DJs, bars, food and late-night access to our new exhibition 'ON AIR: 40 years of 3RRR'.

7–10pm. Free entry.
Portsea back beach, 1980s
This new Melbourne street photography exhibition is now open in our Palmer Hall Gallery
Thanks for an incredible nine-days of live music Melbourne Music Week!
Don't miss the latest exhibition from our friends at National Library of Australia
"A timeline of technologies, from retro cassette and record players to amplifiers and speakers, is amalgamated to form a topsy-turvy multimedia wall with an infinite television loop of video fragments put together within the station premises." Beat Magazine

ON AIR: 40 years of 3RRR @ State Library Victoria

Flinders Street, 1956
“The Dromkeen Librarian’s Award honours the hard work and dedication that is so abundant in our libraries around Australia. Sarah is an outstanding example of a librarian committed to making a real difference in the community. Her work has raised the profile of Australian children’s books and put them into the hands of our young readers. It is work worth celebrating.”

Sarah Steed and Alison Lester honoured at Dromkeen Awards

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On Air: 3RRR pop-up bar

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On 22 November 1956, the Olympic torch was carried into the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). For the thousands watching in the stadium and live on TV, this was the moment when the Games of the XVI Olympiad truly began. Fielding a team of 314, Australia won 35 medals: 13 gold, 8 silver and 14 bronze. There were just 44 women athletes in the 1956 Australian team but between them they won 12...
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Brighton Beach, 1967
Thanks for an incredible week of music Melbourne Music Week
Our preservation team are currently working on the Irene Mary Gritten collection, donated to the Library in 1996. Gritten, known affection as ‘Gritty’, was Dame Nellie Melba’s personal assistant between 1919 and 1921. The collection includes letters written by Dame Nellie Melba to Irene, some penned whilst staying in hotels in London and Paris. Melba was the first Australian to achieve...
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"Many couples sitting around me were holding each others’ hands so tightly in a way that, to me, read like, 'As soon as we hear our song, we can die'. Their mortality was so easy to spot. His wasn’t. He seemed like he could outlive us all."

Sincerely, L. Cohen

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