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Oral History Training services

Oral History Training

Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage is pleased to be delivering oral history training with both the Brighton charity Refugee Radio  for their new project, and for an LGBT project with young people for East Sussex County Council over the next month.

If you would like us to deliver training with your group, do get in touch!

https://strikealight.org/training/oral-history-training/

Refugee Radio

Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage is pleased to be delivering oral history training with the Brighton charity Refugee Radio  for their new project over the next couple of weeks.

Refugee Radio was formed by refugee and human rights workers in 2008. If you are a refugee or asylum seeker who wants to tell their story, or someone supporting a vulnerable migrant who needs our support, Refugee Radio is there to help.

Looking forward to hearing some fascinating new stories about human rights and migration in the coming weeks.

LGBT Oral History training

We’re pleased to be delivering oral history training this summer in Eastbourne for East Sussex County Council to encourage new skills in young LGBT people in East Sussex so that they can record interviews with older LGBT people across the county.

You can book Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage to deliver oral history training to your project or team or send staff and volunteers to our oral history training courses.

Find out more here: https://strikealight.org/training/oral-history-training/

Free families workshop with Mass Observation Archive this Saturday

12thMayRecording the Everyday
Join Mass Observation for a morning of family activities at The Keep archive in Falmer, East Sussex
Saturday 23rd May
10am – 1pm at The Keep
Free. All ages welcome. Refreshments available
Fun activities led by young people exploring how we can record our everyday lives in 2015
Cameraheads; Youth Photography Project
Everyday Childhoods Project
Event part of Mass Observations 12th May Day Diary Project
Mass Observation; an archive of everyday life in Britain

12 May Family Event The Keep.v2

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History on Your Doorstep Project
The Highway, Mouslecoomb, 1930s. Royal Pavillion and Museums, HATMP902055.
An 18 month Heritage Lottery Funded project using The Keep resources is underway!  The project aims to collect contemporary archival material of the local area around the Keep.
This spring History on Your Doorstep is offering FREE oral training to learn how to interview, edit and the ethics of oral history. You will be able to interview and be interviewed and this will contribute to a digital time line, telling the rich history of this area. The training begins on Thursday 23rd April and runs every Thursday.
We are also working with local schools to record the history of Moulsecoomb through local residents.  We are holding a special interview day on Friday 8th May- working with our local secondary school Brighton Aldridge Community Academy.  It’s free to join in, and all interviews will be recorded at The Keep with complimentary afternoon tea from local community café The Bridge.  Transport to and from The Keep can also be provided.
If you would like to contribute, or for more information, email Lynn.Tye@eastsussex.gov.uk or telephone 01273 336506.
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How to find us: The Keep, Woollards Way, Brighton, BN1 9BP
http://www.thekeep.info/visit_us/getting-here
Tel: 01273 482349
Recording the Everyday
Join Mass Observation for a morning of family activities at The Keep
Saturday 23rd May
10am – 1pm at The Keep
Free. All ages welcome. Refreshments available

Free Oral History Training at The Keep archive, Brighton

History on your doorstep oral history 1

FREE oral history training will be happening at The Keep archive in Brighton, East Sussex from the 23rd April. The training is run by professional oral historians and involves all the theory as well as practical training about recording a good interview and also editing and transcribing information.

The sessions run every Thursday at The Keep from 23rd April to 11th June.

For further details, see information here: The Keep Oral History Training Information or The Keep Oral History Training or visit The Keep website

Or contact: Lynn Tye, Community Heritage Learning Officer

Lynn.Tye@eastsussex.gov.uk 

01273 336506