Throughout 2014-2018 an evolving program of Q ANZAC 100 activities will take place across Queensland.
Queensland communities will be able to reflect, learn, share stories and experiences, discover, co-create a collective Queensland memory and better understand and interpret the Queensland experiences of the First World War.
Distant Lines: Queensland voices of the First World War
Through exhibitions and events, Distant Lines connects us with the intimate and untold stories of Queenslanders as we commemorate 100 years since the First World War. From the home front to the war front, explore the unique Queensland experience of the war – before, during and after.
Find out more about the Distant Lines Exhibition.
See how you can be part of this experience by visiting Events for more exhibition and event listings.
Regional events for the community
Get up close and personal with First World War treasures from State Library's collections, and learn how to care for your own First World War memorabilia. These workshops and events will be held at 20 regional locations across Queensland.
Find out more about regional events for the community.
Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation offers a range of fellowships over four years, to uncover new insights about the Queensland experience of the First World War and its aftermath.
Find out more about the Q ANZAC 100 Fellowships.
Q ANZAC 100 on Historypin
Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation Historypin space is a place for people to share their unique and diverse stories about the Queensland experience of the First World War.
Find out more about Historypin.
On this day retells the news of the day from 100 years ago on Twitter, Facebook, and the First World War blog.
Find out more about On this day.
Queensland's WWI Centenary blog uncovers stories from our collections about the experiences of Queenslanders during the years 1914-1918.
Find out more about the WWI blog.