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Memento Media and Moreland City Council presented ReCollection at the Coburg Carnivale as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. ReCollection celebrated, shared and captured memories of Moreland’s places, history and faces. The installation showcased oral history...read more
In February 2018, four of Behind the Wire’s films—featuring Behrouz Boochani, Hani Abdile, Munjed Al Muderis and Jamila Jafari—were projected on the facade of the National Gallery of Victoria International in Melbourne. The films were shown on a loop from dusk until...read more
Australian Lives: An Intimate History illuminates Australian life across the 20th and into the 21st century: how Australian people have been shaped by the forces and expectations of contemporary history and how, in turn, they have made their lives and created...read more
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, as a journalist for the ABC, John Francis began recording people in Outback South and Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Many were elderly, living mostly in remote communities or in isolation, working as prospectors, on...read more
Melissa Walsh and Judy Hughes met on an oral history project about the Young Christian Workers (YCW), a Catholic youth movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Melissa was running the project and Judy was a volunteer interviewer. Keen to give another life to the...read more