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Bye bye 2018

The year is almost over so it's time to wish our members and supporters all the best for the holiday season and the New Year. We hope you've enjoyed your experiences with us and we look forward to seeing you at one of our events in 2019. If you'd like find out more...

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Grants for OHA 2019 Conference

Oral History Victoria is pleased to announce that four grants of up to $750 each may be awarded to any member, and at least one student member presenting a paper at the 2019 Biennial Oral History Australia Conference, ‘Intimate Stories, Challenging Histories’, 10-13...

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OHA 2019 Biennial Conference – Call for Presentations

Oral History Australia's next biennial conference will be held at the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane on 10 to 13 October 2019  and proposals for presentations are now being accepted. The 2019 Biennial Oral History Australia Conference takes place in our...

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OHV awards winner

Congratulations to Kirby Fenwick whose audio documentary 'The First Friday in February' took out the 2018 Oral History Victoria Award at our awards and annual general meeting night on 25 October 2018. Kirby's documentary tells the story of the first AFLW game, between...

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Rewind – September 2018

As of September 2018 the Oral History Victoria newsletter 'Rewind' has a new electronic format. Distributed through the MailChimp platform, the new-look 'Rewind' newsletter brings together all the latest news from our website, Facebook page and beyond. You can view it...

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OHV Innovation Award ceremony and AGM

Members and friends of Oral History Victoria are invited to attend our presentation evening and AGM at the Royal Historical Society Building on the corner of A’Beckett St and Williams St (opposite Flagstaff station – enter via Williams St entrance) on the 25th of...

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