OHA Biennial Conference - Postponed to 2022

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Unfortunately, due to the uncertainty of widespread COVID restrictions, the 2021 OHA Biennial Conference has been postponed until 2022. New dates are yet to be confirmed.

The conference is being held by Oral History Tasmania and Oral History Australia, in partnership with the College of Arts, Law and Education at the University of Tasmania and the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, in the island jewel of Tasmania.

It was to be held from 14 to 16 October 2021 at the Tramsheds Function Centre in historic Launceston, Tasmania, with post-conference tours on Sunday 17 October.

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Registrations submitted to date will be refunded.

Further information

To join the conference mailing list, email the Oral History Tasmania host Jill Cassidy (president@oralhistorytas.org.au).

Located right in the heart of the city is the Launceston Seaport, home to a variety of outstanding cafes and restaurants as well as a fully serviced marina and an expansive boardwalk connecting Seaport with Royal Park and the scenic Cataract Gorge precinct. Photo credit Tourism Tasmania, photographer Kathryn Leahy.

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Tramsheds Function Centre, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

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