This workshop is for everyone interested in recording oral history that supports Aotearoa New Zealand culture and history. You will learn about the Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage oral history awards, how to apply for funding, what makes a good project and how to make it happen.
Ngā Kōrero Tuku Iho, Piki Ake!
Kake Ake! New Zealand Oral History Awards
Presenter: Dr Emma-Jean Kelly, Audio Visual Historian, Ministry of Culture & Heritage
Every year the Ministry awards a total of $100,000 between a number of recipients working on varied oral history projects across the country. Dr Emma-Jean Kelly administers the awards and will deliver a talk about the funding application process, recent examples of funded projects and answer questions from those interested in applying.
Stories from the Community
Presenter: Rebecca Amundsen, Oral Historian
In this presentation, Rebecca Amundsen will talk about a number of oral history projects that she has been part of while she was coordinator of the Southland Oral History Project. She will cover some key learnings from each project as well as the process for making things happen, both as the driver of a project and as a collaborator.