Join us at The Women’s Library Storytime on Sunday 21 August and meet Katharine Rogers, author of Cockatoo Magic. Cockatoo Magic is a story about a girl… Read more “Meet the Author”
The Women’s Library has a large selection of new and second-hand books to choose from, all at the incredible price of $2 each, 3 for $5, or… Read more “Bargain Books”
How Red Tea Chests Made History
March 2022 is Women’s History Month and The Women’s Library has a wonderful collection of work celebrating women who have made history. During March, we’ll introduce you to some of the Australian women who have made a difference. Here’s a little about how women in Australia made history when they started The Women’s Library.
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The collection of The Women’s Library in Sydney is predominantly made up of books donated by supporters, publishers, and authors.
In this clip, Vicki Harding tells how the first donations were collected in bright red tea chests placed in shops and meeting points around Sydney in the early 1990s.(more…)
Third time lucky
Join us at The Women’s Library on Sunday 27 March from 2:00pm to celebrate Women’s History month and see what we’ve done with the place. ————- Here… Read more “Third time lucky”
About The Women’s Library
The Women’s Library in Sydney is a lending library and welcoming community space open to all women. The library houses a vast collection of books and periodicals… Read more “About The Women’s Library”
January 2022 Film Club
Sunday 30 January : My Tehran For Sale (2009) Directed by: Granaz Moussavi, Iran / Australia My Tehran for Sale is a groundbreaking film, revealing fresh truths behind… Read more “January 2022 Film Club”
2020-2021 Annual Report
The Women’s Library started the 2020-2021 financial year with the doors closed due to COVID-19 lockdown and ended the year with the doors closed due to COVID-19… Read more “2020-2021 Annual Report”
Annual Reports are published as PDF files and, depending on your browser settings, these may be downloaded onto your computer rather than opening in the browser. If… Read more “Annual Reports”
Their Finest in December
Their Finest is the final film for 2021. Adapted by Gaby Chiappe from Lissa Evans’ novel, “Their Finest Hour and a Half”, The Finest has a wonderful crew… Read more “Their Finest in December”
No Mere Busts on the Wall
When racism and sexism are no longer fashionable what will your art (book) collection be worth? (Guerrilla Girls, 1987) The Women’s Library: Art & Theory Contributor: Freÿa… Read more “No Mere Busts on the Wall”