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Cambridge Personal Histories – Technical Training Workshops

January 30, 2015

I’ve been sent the following information which may be of interest to British based HARN members. Both workshops take place in Cambridge:

Invitation to two new Personal Histories technical training workshops in anticipation of the Cambridge Archaeology and Anthropology Centennial.

Audio recording training, two hours 1.30 to 3.30pm, 13th Feb, Friday, in the SLR.

Two hour oral history, audio-recording, interviewing and Audacity
editing training session, Friday afternoon, 13th February, 1.30pm till
3.30pm in the South Lecture Room
http://map.cam.ac.uk/Museum+of+Archaeology+and+Anthropology#52.202590,0.121164,18

Film making workshop, all day, Saturday, 21st Feb, in the McDonald Seminar Room. Basic film making workshop, 21st February, Saturday; meet at 9.30am  the McDonald
Institute Seminar Room http://map.cam.ac.uk/McDonald+Institute+for+Archaeological+Research#52.202590,0.121449,18
and finish at 5pm.

We spend the afternoon in the Social Anthropology Visual Lab, well
supplied with large screen computers and editing software including
Adobe Creative Suite Master Collection CS6.

It is great fun! People love this workshop. Film making workshops fill quickly; please contact me, Pamela pjs1011 at cam dot ac dot uk, to save a space.

I am running these because I will need help recording and filming our Centennial Celebrations on the 27th and 28th Feb
http://www.arch.cam.ac.uk/about-us/personal-histories/events

ALSO, ANYONE ATTENDING THE CENTENNIAL WHO WISHES TO RECORD THEIR LIFE HISTORY AND/OR ANYONE WHO HAS PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THEIR UNDERGRADUATE YEARS AT CAMBRIDGE, PLEASE CONTACT ME (PAMELA).

Sincerely,
Pamela
Pamela Jane Smith

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