In the first week of March, the ICH program will be offering two more workshops in its ongoing project planning workshop series.
Entitled “How to Plan an Oral History or Folklore Project,” the workshop will take participants through the process of planning a project, from establishing goals, doing preliminary research, addressing issues around ethics and consent, choosing personnel, documentation methods, processing collected materials, equipment, and budgets.
This workshop will be beneficial to people who are contemplating folklore and oral history projects of all sorts, ranging from short-term projects involving a single researcher to complex, long-term projects involving many researchers.
Guigné currently works as an independent folklorist and conducts research in the areas of community history, biography, contemporary legend, ship building, heritage gardens, traditional folksong and family genealogy.
Through her community work with such organizations as the Museum Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (1980-81), the Grace General Hospital (1982-1988), and the Seniors Resource Centre Association (1989-1991), she has considerable hands-on experience in such areas as fund-raising, project planning, and volunteer organization. Since 2000, she has owned and operated Kearney’s Watch Repair, a small family business located in the Avalon Mall, St. Johns.
Tuition for each workshop is $25.
Date: Monday, March 1st, 1pm – 4pm.
Location: Salon "A", Hotel Gander, Gander.
Date: Wednesday, March 3rd, 1pm – 4pm.
Location: Salon "C", Marystown Hotel, Marystown.
To register, call Dale Jarvis at 1-888-739-1892 ext 2, or email email@example.com
For a full list of folklore and oral history workshops, visit our webpage at: http://www.mun.ca/ich/classes/