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We have been pleased to welcome past Victorian Community History Award winners to present on their award-winning projects in person at the Victorian Archives Centre and online. Below you can find a mix of video and audio recordings of some of these presentations. 

2022 History Publication Award winner
Barbara Minchinton, author of The Women of Little Lon




2022 History Article Award winner
Adrien McCrory, author of Policing Gender Nonconformity in Victoria 1900-1940


2021 Victorian Premier's History Award winners
Tiriki Onus and Alec Morgan, filmmakers of Ablaze


2021 Collaborative Community History Award winner
Angela Bailey from the Australian Queer Archives





2021 Historical Interpretation Award winners
Bill Garner, Sue Gore, Kacey Sinclair, Alice Garner, Pat Furze and the Band Friends of Wendy Cotton, performers of Finding Fanny Finch





2020 Victorian Premier's History Award winner
Amanda Scardamaglia, author of Printed on Stone




2020 Digital Storytelling Award winners
Emma Ramsay and Andy Yong, creators of Misadventure in Little Lon

(Video courtesy of the Royal Historical Society of Victoria)


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