Enter a World of Whimsy and Fantasy – at the State Library!

Monsters by the sea, sandcastles with personality, mining excavators with attitude and farm equipment with eyes to watch your every move! Imaginations soar and stories are inspired by David Miller’s whimsical sculptures on display at the State Library.

David Miller is an Author and Illustrator and paper has always fascinated him. He has written a book called “You Can Make Paper Sculptures” and his latest book is “Big and Me”. Bring the kids to the State Library to begin the journey to another world.

Where: State Library

Location: 25 Francis St, Perth, 6000

The Place, Mezzanine Level

When: Now until Thursday December 10th

Mon – Thu        9.00am – 8.00pm
Fri                    9.00am – 5.30pm
Sat – Sun         10.00am – 5.30pm

Cost: FREE

The State Library of Western Australia is located in the heart of the Perth Cultural Centre. It preserves and provides access to Western Australia’s published heritage and original historical records. The State Library also provides numerous on-line and e-resources, many of which are accessible from home using your public library membership. To see what else the State Library has to offer you please check out the State Library’s web pages at http://slwa.wa.gov.au/

For further information please Contact:

Hilary Hatfield: Subject Specialist

(08) 9427 3161 or hilary.hatfield@slwa.wa.gov.au

or

Linda Frederick: Community Awareness Coordinator

(08) 9427 3151 or linda.frederick@slwa.wa.gov.au

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