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Exhibitions

Rare Books & Special Collections on display

Current Exhibitions

Seeing the Unseen: A history of imaging the pregnant uterus

Fisher Library Level 3 & SciTech Library

Until 30 July 2021


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Frontiers of Science Fiction

Fisher Library Level 2 exhibition space and Online

From 1 March to 15 August 2021


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The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere: to propagate or to be propagated

Fisher Library Level 4 and Online

From 26 February 2021


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Lockdown Discoveries

Online: Part 1
Rare Books & Special Collections, Fisher Library Level 1


From 7 December 2020


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Past Exhibitions

Lurid: Crime Paperbacks and Pulp Fiction

Online
Fisher Library Level 3 & SciTech Library

From 24 February 2020


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The beautiful brain: the exacting detail of anatomical art

Rare Books and Special Collections

Fisher Library Level 2 exhibition space

From 11 September 2019


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The golden age of Dutch printing

Rare Books & Special Collections, Fisher Library Level 1

From 18 March 2019

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Eight Million Gods in Nihon: the Practice of Shintō and the Japanese Culture

Online

From 16 June 2020


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Les Murray: Australia’s “Bush-bard”

Rare Books and Special Collections

Fisher Library level 1

From 17 October 2019


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Piscator Press: past and present

Fisher Library level 1 exhibition space (opposite print workshop/news room)


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Bending Sydney: Camp Ink 1970-77

Fisher Library level 4

30 August 2019 - 16 October 2019


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A history of the N.S.W. Bookstall Company

Fisher Library Level 2 exhibition space

30 July 2018 - 6 September 2018

Watch a talk by the curators

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