What stories does your family have to tell? Are you interested in learning about the art of the oral history interview and how to document traditions in your family and community?

 

Join Kristin Catherwood, Intangible Cultural Heritage Officer with Heritage Saskatchewan, at the Village of Val Marie office on Tuesday May 15, 9:3o to 4:30 pm (with a break at noon), to find out how to collect and record oral history and oral traditions and how to use the information you’ve collected in projects. For a printable PDF of the workshop poster click HERE.

In this workshop you’ll learn the basics of Intangible Cultural Heritage, how to conduct an oral history interview, proper recording techniques, and what to do with the information once you’ve collected it, including how to use it in projects.

The workshop is free for participants to attend and pre-registration is required. You can register by email at ich@heritagesask.ca or by phone at 306-869-7353.

Kristin Catherwood is leading the Val Marie Elevator Living Heritage Project and introduced the project at Prairie Wind & Silver Sage’s Annual General Meeting in March. For more about the Elevator project click HERE.