Mon, 25 Apr|
An Introduction to Oral History: Training Event
LGBTQIA+ oral history Workshop. Collecting Hidden Histories from our communities. What is oral history? Understanding memory... Getting started: aims and objectives, Who to interview, What questions to ask What equipment The interview: dos and don’ts The legals..
Time & Location
25 Apr 2022, 10:00 – 12:30
Sunderland, The Donnison School Buildings, Church Walk, Sunderland SR1 2BJ, UK
About the event
Queer Shores - Oral History Workshop
Are you curious about LGBTQIA+ oral history and want to know about collecting and safeguarding ‘living histores’
Seascapes: Tyne to Tees, Shore to Sea working with Living History North East, Curious Arts
SeaScapes Co/Lab Sunderland University present An introduction to oral histories.
This introductory workshop for LGBTQIA+ Creatives will cover the basics for collecting Oral Histories
Top tips and planning
Aims and objectives of your idea & project
Planning interviews such as who, how, where, when and top tips
Content planning - What to ask
Resources planning - What equipment
This workshop aims to provide creatives with skills, confidence and information to support and safeguard the ‘living histories’ of LGBTQIA+ communities living within the SeaScapes area for future generations.
Oral History Training