Advanced multimedia workshop

Advanced multimedia workshop

Produce your own multimedia presentation In this hands-on workshop you will create your own finished multimedia presentation, ready for use, combining oral history with other media including photos, music, videos and visual effects. Facilitators will be on hand to assist you with the design and construction of your presentation, to answer questions, and to troubleshoot as you put together your

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Planning a community oral history project

Planning a community oral history project

What issues do you need to consider when undertaking a community oral history project with many interviewees and possibly multiple interviewers?  You will gain invaluable insights at this workshop from experienced oral historians Madeleine Regan and Christeen Schoepf and from Tonia Bradstreet (State Library of South Australia).  They will share examples of shaping projects based on oral history interviews recorded

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Annual Conference of the UK Oral History Society: Call for papers

Annual Conference of the UK Oral History Society: Call for papers

Oral History@Work: Recording change in working lives 5-6 July, 2019 University of Swansea, Singleton Campus, Wales Download the flyer for further details. Many aspects of working lives and the experience of work have changed within a generation. In the UK, areas and communities defined by work in single industries, mining, textiles and shipbuilding, have been transformed through closures and the

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Members’ event: Tour the UniSA Architecture Museum

Members’ event: Tour the UniSA Architecture Museum

OHA Members are invited to a special event: a brief introduction to the UniSA Architecture Museum and a ‘white gloves’ viewing of some of its treasures. Date: Wednesday 23 August Time: 12 – 1 pm (followed by lunch in a nearby café for those who can stay on) Cost: Free, but RSVP is essential. Limited places available. RSVP by Friday

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Greg Mackie OAM – special guest speaker

Greg Mackie OAM – special guest speaker

Greg Mackie will be the guest speaker at the Oral History Australia SA/NT AGM.  Greg is CEO of the History Trust of South Australia.  Please join us to hear him speak about his first year in the role. Date: 1 August 2017 Time: 4 – 6 pm Place: Anne and Basil Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, State Library of South

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