Talented young tenor Nathan Bryon was recently the guest speaker at SMSA’s Annual General Meeting, speaking on behalf of Moorambilla Voices and treating us to some impromptu singing.
Here’s where you’ll find all the latest Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts and Tom Keneally Centre news.
News & Updates
On Tuesday, 21 March 2017, the SMSA held its Annual General Meeting at which the members
Candidate Profiles are now on display in the Library and available for download. Pre-polling has also now opened in the Library as of 12:30pm on Tues 14 March 2017.
The new books for March 2017 are now available to borrow, with new ebooks and audiobooks.We hope you enjoy them!
The 2016 Annual Report and Audited Accounts of the Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts is now available as per the By-Laws (2016) in hardcopy from the Library or as a download below.
Congratulations to the award recipients at the recent National Council of Women (NSW) Australia Day Awards luncheon.
The new books for February 2017 are now available to borrow, with new ebooks and audiobooks. 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
The Annual General Meeting of the Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts will be held at 12:30pm on Tuesday, 21st March 2017 in the Mitchell Theatre, level 1, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000.
The Grace Period for 2017 membership renewals ends on 31 Jan. Renew now to avoid breaks in your borrowing and membership privileges.
The new books for January 2017 are now available to borrow, with new ebooks and audiobooks. 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
In November 2016, the Reverend Henry Carmichael, one of SMSA’s founders, was inducted into the International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame.
The SMSA Library will be closed on Thursday, 26 January 2017 for the Australia Day holiday.