At an Awards ceremony on 26 October the four shortlisted applicants presented their projects, all of which are fine examples of innovative projects that are working with memories to make histories with contemporary relevance. Here are the two winners and the two other shortlisted projects.

Winner, Community Innovation Award

Stephanie Arnold (freelance cellist, in collaboration with Dr Robert Davidson, and interviewees), Across the Water

Winner, Education Innovation Award

Way Back When Consulting Historians, History Detectives: Mornington Peninsula Oral History Intergenerational Project

Commended

Fitzroy History Society, The Life and Times of Fitzroy from 1960s

Martin Richardson, Paynesville Neighbourhood Centre, Paynesville Memories

 

For more information about the each specific project and previous winners, please visit our OHV Awards page.