Sarah Morley is a curator at the State Library of NSW. She works closely with Manuscript and Rare Book collections drawing on her experience in collection acquisition, arrangement and description.
To coincide with Jonathan Jones’ barrangal dyara installation in 2016, Sarah curated a display on the Garden Palace in the Library’s Amaze Gallery. She also writes for the Library’s SL Magazine.
Sarah has a passion for libraries, the history of the book, and interpretations of Australia from the earliest records to the present day.
ArticlesIntroductionSydney’s Garden Palace was a magnificent building with a grandeur that dominated the skyline, stretching from the site of the current State Library of New South Wales to the building that now houses the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. The Palace captivated society from its opening in 1879. This...Read more