Creative Oral History

The Oral History Society in England says “In 2019, at the Oral History Society Regional Network Event on the theme of Creative Uses of Oral History, held at the British Library, a number of speakers shared their expertise and creative responses to oral history. Many of those present found it inspiring and exciting. Creative approaches in the field of oral history have garnered widespread interest and attention from oral historians, creative practitioners and funders. There is growing awareness that art can be an invaluable bridge to communicate ideas, share information and involve audiences.” Read full article here which includes “Snapshots”, a project by Sarah Gudgin who visited Australia in 2012 and gave a presentation at the State Library of Queensland.