Video oral history workshop
In response to growing demand, this one-day course will give an introduction to the principles and techniques of recording, editing and distributing oral history on video. No previous video experience is required.
The workshop will take participants in a simple way through the various stages of video production – plan/shoot/edit/share. It will examine the advantages and disadvantages of video over audio recordings, give practical advice on recording techniques (including framing, lighting, background and clothing), offer guidance on suitable equipment, give an introduction to digital video editing software, show examples of ways in which video interviews can be shared with others and clarify legal and ethical issues and archiving. The day will offer many opportunities for discussion and hands-on work.
We highly recommend that you undertake the Introduction to Oral History workshop before participating in the Video Oral History workshop. The next Introduction to Oral History workshop will be on 28 February.
Date: Friday 12 June, 2020.
Time: 10 am – 4 pm
Place: Hetzel Room, Institute Building, State Library of South Australia, corner of Kintore Avenue and North Terrace
Students/concession card holders: $70
Workshop payments must be made in advance to secure your place. Students in financial difficulty should approach the Association for possible financial assistance.
What to bring
• Participants are not required to bring anything other than pen and paper or electronic device for note-taking.
• Workshop handouts will be provided.
Participants should have completed the Introduction to Oral History workshop, and have some experience in conducting audio-only oral history interviews.
This workshop is suitable for:
• Members of community groups and history groups
• Local and community historians
• Students, teachers and lecturers