Members, staff, tenants and contractors of 280 Pitt St…There is no entry fee, just a prize and the glory of the title of: 2014 SMSA Mastertipper
Here’s where you’ll find all the latest Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts and Tom Keneally Centre news.
News & Updates
The profiles for the 2014 Candidates for Election to the Board are now on display in the Library and may also be downloaded.
The SMSA Annual Report and Audited Accounts for 2013 is now available upon request from the Library and download from our website.
New Books for February 2014 The new books for February 2014 are now available to borrow. We hope you enjoy them! New books may be borrowed for a period of two weeks only and may not be renewed. Books remain … Continued
The following grants and donations were awarded in 2013 by the Board on the recommendation of the Grants Committee.
The Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts AGM will be held at 12 noon on Tuesday, 11th March 2014 in the Mitchell Theatre, level 1, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000.
Act now and renew your membership before the Grace Period ends on 31 January to ensure there are no gaps in your borrowing and membership rights.
The new books for January 2014, including ebooks and audiobooks, are now available to borrow. We hope you enjoy them! New books may be borrowed for a period of two weeks only and may not be renewed. Books remain listed … Continued
Did you get a new ipad, tablet or e-reader from Santa? Then check out our eBooks & Audiobooks. We have 100s of titles ready to download — any time, anywhere.
The new books for December 2013, including ebooks and audiobooks, are now available to borrow.
SMSA’s Library and Administration areas will be closing over the Christmas break as shown. We wish you a Safe Holiday and a Prosperous & Happy New Year!
Walter Mason recently caught up with Tom Keneally and asked him what would be the one book that everyone should read. Tom’s reply? George Eliot’s Middlemarch. Of course, the SMSA library has copies in hardcopy, eBook and audiobook formats. Search … Continued