From 11 May - 7 June I traveled to California with the goal of experiencing the latest innovations of Virtual & Augmented Reality (or XR) in public libraries.
Reading good children’s fiction is a joy. It transports you back into your curious childhood mind, takes you on adventures, tackles big issues and uplifts the h
Simon Meadows studied at the Victorian College of the Arts graduating with a BA (Music) and a Grad Dip (Opera) where he was the recipient of the Mabel Kent Singing Scholarship. He was a winner of the Armstead vocal scholarship for the Music Lovers Society of Victoria as well as a finalist in the Liederfest…
Did you know that Diamond Valley Library has a Garden Maker Space? If you have a few minutes to spare we are happy for you to drop in any time the library is open and spend some time in the garden pulling out a few weeds etc.
As part of Reconciliation Week, an idea was instigated by Rosanna Library to use the Federation Bells and the local primary school to bring to life two aboriginal stories – Tiddalick the Frog who caused a Flood, and The Rainbow Serpent.
Rebecca Rashleigh is one of Australia's up and coming Sopranos, graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts and Music in 2010. Rebecca has since performed