We need your stories!
Are there some things about life in York you'd like to share? Or perhaps you have some family folklore, fantastic town stories, or vivid memories from your early life?
The York Festival and Know Your Nation are celebrating WA's oldest inland town, and would love to uncover more of York's vibrant living history. Share your York stories over a cuppa at our workshops on the weekends of April 29th & 30th April and May13th & 14th, and your story could form part of the "York Conversations" exhibition at The York Festival in September. All we need is just over an hour of your time - and your favourite story about life in our favourite town.
Prior bookings essential.
More information: 0468 558 288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshops: York Post Office at 134 Avon Terrace
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Together with the Friends of Edenvale, the Murray District's Historical Society and the Shire of Murray, Know Your Nation is creating a special display in the old drawing room of Edenvale Homestead, Pinjarra. We are looking for objects and photographic portraits on loan or donation from the region that date between 1890 and 1940 for the display, with a story associated. Get in touch if you can help!
An evening to uncover some of the diverse stories of the people of Kwinana as captured by Know Your Nation, and launch the City's multicultural action plan. Canapes and drinks and good times!
NOW EXTENDED FOR AN ADDITIONAL WEEK!
In collaboration with the Town of Victoria Park, Know Your Nation is celebrating the stories of its multicultural community. As one of a series of wonderful events hosted with thanks to Ruah Community Services, this evening will see an exhibition of stories and portraits of past Know Your Nation participants from the Town, together with live music, great food and yarning around a camp fire. Book your place now!
We've collaborated with the Museum of Perth on an amazing interactive exhibit.
Listening to a cross section of stories of Perth’s people is a reminder that despite changes to the city’s landscape, certain fundamental characteristics of the people of Perth remain unchanged. Whether a story from the turn of the century or though to the last few years, the ability of Perth people to make a mark on the city is reflected throughout the stories we share. Ours is a history of pioneering, sharing, serving and pushing boundaries. The twelve storytellers provide just one snapshot of this fascinating place we call home.
Ever wondered what life was like for your parents or grandparents growing up? Reckon some of their stories should be recorded and shared for others to enjoy or learn from? We are recording stories of people who live in the Town of Victoria Park and would love to hear from you! We need you and a friend or loved one with a story you would like to capture, and an hour of your time.
With thanks to RUAH, Evolve and NAIDOC week's Storylines as well as the Town of Victoria Park.
We are collaborating with the Museum of Perth and Humans of Perth to capture and celebrate stories of the people of Perth. On 18, 19, 23 and 24 June we will be recording at the Atlas Building, 8 The esplanade, Perth and would love to hear from you and how your story is connected to the awesome City of Perth.
Book your place now to come and really get to know the life of a loved one. We will be at the Dance Studio, Mandurah Performing Arts Centre as part of the Stretch Festival over Mothers' Day weekend and can't wait to hear from you. We need an hour of your time and a loved one who's memories you are keen to capture.