Planning a community oral history project

/ December 18, 2017/ Featured, Workshop

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 with members of communities.

How can you play your oral history recordings? Neville Clark, from Disk Edits, will talk about the opportunities for using audio installations, with information about the range of equipment available for playing audio oral history in indoor and outdoor settings.

This workshop is suitable for:

  • Members of community groups and history groups
  • Local and community historians
  • Students

Workshops are run by OHA SA/NT.

Date: Friday 16 February 2018
Time: 10:00am – 4:00 pm

Venue: Hetzel Lecture Theatre, State Library of South Australia
Cost: $90 per person per day or $60 for OHA members/students/concession card holders*.  Morning tea is provided but not lunch.

*Concession cards include cards issued to the unemployed or pensioners, but not the seniors card.

Payment must be made in advance to confirm your place:

Direct Credit banking details:                             Other Payments please forward to:
Bank: National Australia Bank (NAB)                        The Treasurer
BSB: 085436                                                                          Post Office Box 3113
Account No.: 129312048                                                     Unley  SA  5061
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Register online here.

For further details, contact OHA SA/NT by clicking the following link:

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