Celebrate Living History is a student internship program which focusses on connecting high school and university students to document stories of elders for future generations.

We organise workshops, exhibitions and assist students to write articles on lives of seniors.

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Maddi and KateMeet our 2016 interns Madison and Kate from Griffith University on the Gold Coast.


Have a gander at the videos created for the Celebrate Living History of Frankston exhibition here our Videos Page.
Meet Billy Jupp our graduate intern from Swinburne University who welcomed everyone to the Celebrate Living History of Frankston exhibition held at Cube 37 in 2014.


Feature Article

Life as a Soldier, Through the Eyes of a Wife


Ann and Alan White were married for 35 years before he passed away in September 2002. In that time they raised four sons while Alan had a long and successful career in the Army. Deployed multiple times to places like Malaysia and Vietnam. Alan’s career in the Army lasted decades, and Ann was by his side for the greater part of it.

“We met when he was on leave to see his family, he was only 17; he had turned 17 in March, and had signed up April, ” said Ann, about meeting her husband.

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