The Library hosts a fantastic program of online events these winter school holidays for those aged 12-25 years. Bookings are required for all events.
The program includes:
- U Construct - Get creative on this virtual construction site! Make your object stand out with everyday craft material found around the house or garden. You can also use some printable templates. Dive into the world of 3D design with artist Andrew Christie and see your objects come to life! For ages 12 - 18.
- Lucky is back! - Popular Q&A Sessions for HSC Students: Lucky Joeng is back to host more of his popular HSC Q&A sessions! Come and pick Lucky's brain about all things HSC Maths, Physics and Chemistry. Lucky will run two 1-hour sessions: 10 July and 17 July from 5.00pm to 6.00pm. Choose your preferred date below or book into both sessions. Open to senior students in Years 11 & 12.
- Create Your Own Avatar - Come along and draw your own Avatar, whether it be human, a frog or even a mushroom! You’ll be learning new skills with illustrator Matthew Lin, who’ll share ways on transporting your Avatar to paper! This fun and easy workshop caters from basic to intermediate skills and looks at various cartoon styles. For ages 12 – 18.
- What You Don't Learn at School - Ethan Butler Author Talk: Join Ethan Butler, author and successful café owner from Tasmania, in this online event to get advice on employment, learn how to manage money and how to plan big goals and achieve them. Each attendee will also receive a PDF copy of Ethan's book "What you don't learn at school", valued at $10. For ages 15 – 25.
- Australian Poetry Slam: Workshop and HEAT: Are you the next Australian Poetry Slam Champion? Hone your storytelling craft in a fun online workshop on Thursday 9 July, get involved in the exciting HEAT competition on Thursday 16 July, or simply sit back and enjoy an evening of poetry and stories live-streamed to your living room. For ages 12+.
Discover our school holiday program of events for young adults and secure your spot today.
Note: You will need an email address and a reliable internet connection to join the events.Back to top