Llafur: Welsh People’s History Society and the Oral History Society
are pleased to invite you to a free
22 November 2014, 10.30-5.00pm
Oakdale Institute, St Fagans National
History Museum, Cardiff CF5 6XB
To register your free place please
complete the attached booking form or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions to the museum can be found
Welsh People’s Society
and the Oral History Society are pleased to be hosting an oral history
professional development workshop. The day is intended to be an opportunity to
discuss oral history practice in Wales whether you work on your own, in a
university, museum, library or community project.
workshop is aimed at those already engaged within the field of oral history and
related disciplines. The event is designed to give established oral history
practitioners an opportunity to reflect upon their work and share ideas with
order to facilitate discussion the number of participants is being limited to
thirty. As this is a free event we would recommend that you book your place as
early as possible. While lunch will not be provided there are a number of cafes
within the museum (directions provided on the day).
you are interested in developing your professional practice we would be
delighted if you could join us on Saturday 22nd November 2014.
Paper One: Stephen Barlow (Heritage Lottery Fund) – Heritage Lottery
Fund - A lasting difference for heritage and people.
Paper Two: Paul McCann (National Library Wales) - Digitising, describing
and storing Oral History recordings for preservation and continuous access
Paper Three: Margaret Haig (Intellectual Property Office) – Digital
copyright law and ‘orphaned’ works
Paper Four: Carole Reeves (UCL) – Children of the Craig y Nos sanatorium
Panel Discussion: Andrew Edwards & Mari Wiliam (Bangor University)
will lead a group discussion on the future of oral histories in Wales.
Panellists will include: Beth Thomas (St Fagans, National Museum of
Wales) and Helen Rowe (People’s History Collection Wales).
Small group work and reflection on OH practice exercise
General discussion and goodbye.
workshop will be held at the Oakdale Institute, St
Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff. CF5
6XB. Directions to the event can be found at: http://www.museumwales.ac.uk/269/
register for the event and for more information please complete the attached
booking form or contact Owen Collins at email@example.com
more about Llafur and the Oral History Society visit our websites at http://www.llafur.org/indexe.htm and http://www.ohs.org.uk/index.php
Please forward to any friends/
colleagues who may be interest
Click here to download the booking form in English
Click here to download the booking form in Welsh