2016 Heritage Leaders Workshop
State Library of Queensland hosted the second Heritage Leaders Workshop, 12 – 13 May, in conjunction with the On the home front symposium, 10 – 11 May, as part of the Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation program.
Heritage Leaders Workshop: Creating a legacy was facilitated by author and journalist Ian Townsend. The workshop featured dynamic keynote speaker Professor Bruce Scates FASSA, Chair of History and Australian Studies, National Centre for Australian Studies, and an intensive workshop program featuring leading industry experts and community members.
Visit the 2016 workshop resource page to watch recordings of plenary sessions and download speaker presentations.
2014 Heritage Leaders Workshop
The 2014 Heritage Leaders workshop was the first initiative of the Q ANZAC 100 program for the Queensland heritage sector and volunteers.
Queensland's heritage leaders came together to learn new skills, collaborate on ideas, and share their insights and plans for commemorating the centenary of the First World War and Anzac.
The Heritage Leaders Workshop assisted representatives from public libraries, community museums, historical organisations, galleries, RSLs and educational institutions in developing their own plans for centenary commemorations. The workshop also presented opportunities for groups to work in partnership with the Q ANZAC 100 program over the next four years.
A diverse program of keynote speakers, panel discussions, hands-on workshops, facilitated meetings and networking events immersed, stimulated and challenged participants over the three day event.
Visit the 2014 workshop resource page to watch recordings of plenary sessions and download speaker presentations.
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