2023 Lizzie Russell Oral History Grant Scheme – Applications closing soon
The Lizzie Russell Oral History Grant Scheme
This grant scheme aims to foster small oral history initiatives in South Australia and the Northern Territory and is open to financial members of Oral History Australia SA/NT.
Oral History Australia South Australia/Northern Territory wishes to support, assist and help develop oral history projects in these states. The grant scheme is funded by sales of the Oral History Handbook by Beth M. Robertson.
We hope that the scheme fills a gap left by the closure of many federal and state funding options and helps revive an important means of recording South Australia’s and the Northern Territory’s history. We encourage all prospective oral historians to join our Association so that we can help fulfil these objectives.
In 2023, one grant of $500 will be offered.
Who Can Apply?
Applications are invited from individuals, community groups and voluntary organisations who are financial members of Oral History Australia SA/NT.
What Can Be Funded?
Suitable oral history projects may include:
- recording oral history interviews
- transcribing new or existing oral history interviews
- using new or existing interviews for e.g., an exhibition, display, website content, multimedia product, arts projects, or
- a combination of these
The projects may be on any of a range of topics that highlight an aspect of SA or NT history, such as:
- community or family history
- history of an organisation
- a particular subject area, e.g., music, sport, education, medicine, architecture
When do I need to apply by?
Completed application forms need to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 June 2023
Where can I found out more information?
More details can be found on our website here