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Human Library

Saturday, October 7, 2017

In by Brenton Stacey0 Comments

What’s like to be homeless or a cop on the streets? What’s it like to seek refuge or to compete at the Paralympics? Talk with people from all walks of life at the Human Library. You will be inspired as you listen to their stories.

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Naming honours honest scholar

Thursday, November 5, 2015

The naming of a scholars’ centre at Avondale honours an alumnus whose honest understanding of the issues confronting his faith often came at his own detriment.

Safari and stars

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

An exhibition illustrating a safari and the stars will be launched by an award-winning local photographer in Avondale Libraries on Thursday.

Here and There: My painting and drawing travelogue

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Watercolour paintings and pen drawings by a local academic, architect and artist on display in Avondale Libraries (Lake Macquarie campus) portray an international perspective on place.

Tessa’s Temple of Solomon

Thursday, September 12, 2013

It is imposing. A model of the Temple of Solomon on display in Avondale Libraries (Lake Macquarie campus) is the work of Dr Tessa Morrison, who constructed it based on descriptions in a circa-1680s manuscript written by physicist and mathematician Sir Isaac Newton.