Hazel Edwards writes quirky, thought-provoking fiction and fact for adults and children, and has her own e-bookstore for favourite print
Applications close 31 January 2017The Victorian Government recognises that local and community history is an important part of Victoria’s memory. The Local History Grants program encourages and fosters community activities that better preserve, record and share the local, social and community history of Victoria and Victorians.
Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations including community groups, historical societies and community museums.
Last year saw seventy-one community groups across Victoria
Great news! You may have noticed that Dead & Buried was shortlisted as a ‘new & noteworthy’ podcast on iTunes last week. We are also ranking in the top 30
PERFORMANCE, REFLECTION, DISCUSSION
As part of Oral History Victoria’s inaugural group show, The Foundling Archive is proud to present Across the Water – An oral
MELBOURNE’S dark and dirty past will be explored in a new six-part podcast series.
Brunswick researchers Carly Godden and Lee Hooper said their new series, Dead and Buried,
The Coburg Quest – 8-28th November 2015
A project as part of MoreArt
The Coburg Quest is an interactive treasure hunt through hidden venues in Coburg, where participants