Keith Ellison is the owner and manager of the Ellison “Pop-Up” Museum of Radio and Magnetic Recording.
The History Festival blog takes you behind the scenes as we plan the event.
Our wonderful volunteer Helen shares her picks of the 2018 History Festival program.
Over the weekend I had the opportunity to sit down with a hot cuppa and read the 2018 History Festival program cover to cover while listening to the rain – true romance for a history geek like myself.
Hey History Lovers,
Hey history lovers!
To help you plan for the History Festival in May 2018, the team has put together a series of Ideas Exchange sessions and Ideas Incubator workshops.
Why not join us to find out the latest news from History Festival HQ, and to meet other event organisers and share ideas.
On 14/8 (Mon), I had my second visit to the storerooms of the Maritime Museum. I was impressed when I could see and touch the objects/artefacts for the first time, and know about the history and background of some of them.
Time flies and the last two weeks of my stay in Adelaide were stable, and I began to miss the city since I have adapted to and enjoyed the life here.
After the first week of work, I had the first weekend in Adelaide during this internship. There are three cultural activities arranged for three weekends while I am here.
In the early morning on 16 July, I travelled to Adelaide by myself, followed by the first week of internship during my stay in Adelaide, in the identity of a foreign student from Hong Kong to work in History Trust of South Australia.