A message from the librarian...
Hamilton fans and fashionistas take note: Daveed Diggs talks style and it is GREAT.
If you've ever debated the importance of clever branding and marketing then you'll want to read this.
In the late 1960s J. Walter Thompson Company in Chicago saved 7Up by rebranding it as “The UnCola” and producing beautiful psychedelic billboards.
Something for our students on level 6 and anyone else with a passion for photography!
'New matter: recent forms of photography' opens today. Featuring works by Australian and international photographers who expand the limits of photographic representation and experiment with the abstraction of form.
Sure, Briar Mark could have done this on her Mac, but it wouldn't have been nearly as impressive! This artist has mad skillz.
What do you think? Does Typography need to be legible to be effective?
Just a small sample of some of the awesome student artwork on display on level 4. There's a lot of talent on our floor!!
You can also see some of the cool creations our visitors on open day put together.
So stop by, take some photos and celebrate digital media, libraries and all things fun!!...
Kid President drops some truth bombs about the future, gives really great advice about shoes and dances. In roughly that order.
Raffles College is hosting an Open Day this Saturday, which means you can visit the library! You might even see the librarian hanging around...
Also, big shout out to awesome level 4 students, Eshlie and John, who put the video below together. You guys rock!
Tell us what you think of Raffles Library!
We're thinking that it's time for a change. But before we make any plans we want to hear your thoughts on our current services and resources. The good and the bad!
Simply drop by the library and write something on a post-it, leave a miniature work of art/doodle (Pictionary style), or comment below....
Are you up for our Presentation Challenge?! There are awesome prizes up for grabs!
All you need to do is choose a fun topic to talk about (seriously, surprise us!) and signup on level 4 or by sending an email to email@example.com with your student name and number.
More details below!...
The competition is open to all students at Raffles and can be on any topic you like, as long as it's fun and takes no longer than 5 minutes to present.
Entries are being accepted between until September 12 and the event will take place the week after.