Partnerships are central to sustaining and growing the level of community engagement sought by State Library of Queensland. These partnerships enable us to widen participation in our programs and enable access to our collections, resources and services. We partner with organisations who enable us to build upon our existing programs and platforms.
Each year we partner with a wide range of organisations on events, projects and initiatives, some of which are highlighted below. Previous partners have included the National Portrait Gallery, Flying Arts, Commonwealth Bank, Jabiru Youth Services, and Arrow Energy.
The key to the success of each of these partnerships is a shared understanding of goals and mutual understanding of what it means to develop projects for community. Our team would love to discuss how our organisations could work together. Please get in touch and start the conversation.
Autism Queensland – Studio G
Autism Queensland is a not-for-profit organisation with a vision to partner with children, adults and families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorder to make positive difference in their lives through choice and opportunity.
Brisbane Tool Library
Brisbane Tool Library is a service operating from The Edge which allows people who become members to borrow hand and power tools, as well as camping and sporting equipment.
BrisScience is a monthly lecture series in The Edge Auditorium that brings science out of the labs and to the people, making it accessible to all – from scientists, to scientists-at-heart.
Flying Arts – ArtizDIGITAL
ArtizDIGITAL @TheEdgeQLD is an exciting visual arts development program for Queensland high school students. In this arts-intensive program students explore new areas of critical artistic practice, learning new skills and experimenting with new approaches to art making.