Enjoy a discussion with Minna Muhlen-Schulte and Dr Sandra McComb, in a conversation about researching and writing biographical articles.
History & politics53Collection insights44Exhibitions36Australian history32Artists & writers30art26Family History Feast24Culture18Popular culture18art & design18world of the book17printmaking15Family history14literature14WWI14architecture14military13Big ideas under the dome13war13illustration13world of the book12performance12State Library Victoria12Australian history11Rome: Piranesi's vision11children's books11Giovanni Battista Piranesi11books11family history feast10rare books9History of the book8creative fellows8creative fellows7human rights7family history7Writing the war7music7cultural history6education6library6fellowships6library fellowships6Poetry Slam6digital technology6Victorian history6artists' books6literature6Foxcroft Lecture6Library collections6social justice5poetry5Redmond Barry lecture5Melbourne5WWII5Stephen Murray-Smith Memorial Lecture5library fellowships4foxcroft lecture4Library collections4indigenous people4author in conversation4culture4history4author in conversation4journalism4Multicultural history4Redmond Barry Lecture4Exhibition talks & tours4poetry slam4performance4artists and writers4one object many stories3gender issues3collections3culinary history3persian manuscripts3Gusto!3genealogy3exhibitions3Making Public Histories3Artists' books3Ned Kelly3food3Collection insights3Environment3storytelling3youth literature3White Night3Don Grant Lecture3literacy3history of the book3family history records2victoria gallery2interior design2health2diaries and manuscripts2web2australian literature2popular culture2foreign policy2victorian history2Indigenous Australians2India2national security2velvet iron ashes2Gallipoli2Fromelles2world war one2victoria gallery2Journalism2art2spoken word2rare books2pop culture2music2food2design2books2Indigenous people2Exhibitions & tours2Law2fellowship2book printing2Ned Kelly2State Library of Victoria2graphic design2social justice2library fellows2velvet iron ashes2
Browse our audio and video
Hear about the Australian artists who used art to capture their experiences on the front line and behind the scenes during WWI.
Hear some of Australia's most-celebrated creative minds discuss how they explore human rights, reconciliation and social justice in their work.
Share the experiences of a front-line soldier, brought to life in this reading of Eric Chinner's WWI letters home.
See words and pictures from the WWI diaries of nurse Alice Kitchen, who sailed with the AIF's first convoy.
Watch our short film featuring extracts from the history-making 'Gallipoli letter' written by Sir Keith Murdoch in 1915.
Watch our short film drawn from the WWI writings, drawings and photograph album of Brighton-born artist Jessie Traill.
See images from the front sent home to his students back home by teacher Percival Langford.
Watch images and words from the WWI diaries of George Auchterlonie come to life in this short film.