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Nola Millar Library
The Nola Millar Library is the most comprehensive specialist library of its kind in New Zealand.
It is the library for Toi Whakaari:NZ Drama School and is named after the School’s first director. The library collects theatre, dance and performing arts books, published plays and screenplays, periodicals, and audio-visual material.
- More than 13,300 plays.
- Over 12,000 books providing information about a wide range of subjects, including performing arts, film, television, art, costume, scenography, stage crafts, directing, voice, movement, choreography, theatre & dance history, theatre & dance biographies and New Zealand culture.
- Nearly 3,000 DVDs and videos of films, drama and dance.
- Theatre and dance magazines.
- Selected archive recordings of performances, posters, programmes and photographs from Toi Whakaari:NZ Drama School and the New Zealand School of Dance.
The services offered to staff and students include lending, interlibrary loan, help with questions, listening and viewing facilities, lists of new and recent resources, computer and internet access and the teaching of research skills. Services to subscription members may vary.
Library Manager Kris Wehipeihana
Librarian Virginia Earle
Library Assistant (tba)
Library Assistant (Saturdays) (tba)
Holiday closure, 2014-2105
Closed from 11 December 2014 to 19 January 2015 (inclusive)
Open from Tuesday 20 January 2015
The core opening hours during Toi Whakaari terms are:
Monday after koiwi*-7pm
Friday after koiwi*-6pm
*between 9.30am and 10am
The core opening hours during Toi Whakaari term breaks are:
Monday to Friday, 10am-6pm
Opening hours may vary during specific weeks in the Toi Whakaari calendar, such as Whakatau Tauira (Feb 16-20), Marae Noho (April 7-11) and Graduation Week (Nov 9-13).
The library is closed on public holidays and for several weeks over Christmas and New Year.
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