On Saturday 20 August, we closed out the Working History conference in style, with the launch of the fifth edition of Circa: The Journal of Professional Historians.Read More
The Oral History Victoria Community Innovation Awards are open to all community-based oral history practitioners, including freelance workers and professional historians, and members of voluntary organisations and public institutions (excluding educational institutions).
Oral historians based in Victoria are encouraged to apply for one of two annual awards judged by Oral History Victoria (OHV).
To be eligible projects must have been active (in creation and / or production) in 2015 and / or 2016. Applicants must be based in Victoria, though the project may involve oral history work interstate or overseas. Applicants need not be members of OHV, though they will be added to the OHV mail list and encouraged to join. Members of the OHV committee may not apply.
Each award winner will receive a prize of $250, and all shortlisted projects will be posted on the OHV website. The judging panel may award joint prizes and/or Commendations for Excellence to outstanding runners-up. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to make a short presentation about their project at the OHV annual general meeting on Thursday 27 October.
For guidelines and details on how to apply, visit the OHV website.
Closing date for applications: 1 September 2016.