Dr Mary Hutchison has decades of experience in working with oral history as part of her research and heritage interpretation activities. She is an interviewer for the National Library of Australia and also supports and runs community oral history projects. She is currently facilitating an intergenerational oral history project with Ainslie School students as part of the School’s 90th birthday celebrations.
What the Workshop will cover
What is oral history?
Examples of oral history projects
Developing an oral history project – in response to participants’ ideas and interests
Please bring your ideas in doing oral history that we can discuss as a group
Time: 10.30 -111.30 Sat 22April 2017
Cost is $10.00
e-mail us to book: email@example.com
Pic Dr Mary Hutchison
We are getting very excited about our workshops for our Open Day on the 22 April!
One of the wonderful local groups that are presenting a workshop at 2.30 -3.30 are The Q Writers.
Qwriters explore and practice ways to foster creative writing skills. They share ideas and their writing, they hold workshops and take part in community events.QWriters work in many forms: memoir, short and long fiction, poetry, screen/play writing and essays.At Qwriters anything written is respected and considered confidential.
QWriters gather at Letchworth Community Centre, Miller St, Queanbeyan, on the fourth Saturday of the month from 1.00pm to 4.00pm. New members welcome.
Qwriters is supported by QPRC
Our exciting workshop program has been finalised for our Open Day – Expressing and Preserving Your Story on 22 April 10-4 as part of the regional Heritage Festival. Come along and spread the word!