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.

Our stories

Have a gander at our wonderful stories in our portfolio

To book a spot in future workshops contact us here

Check out what we have been up in our latest newsletter

Support our founder Bev to speak at the Generations United Conference in the United States here

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


Videos

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.

Billy Jupp Celebrate Living History intern from Bev on Vimeo.


 

Feature Article

Stella Wilkie-100 years and counting

BY KATE GRANT

Stella Wilkie was born on December 6, 1915 making her the grand age of 100, and only half way to 101.
Having never met someone of Stella’s age, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I went for a visit at her nursing home in Murwillumbah. When I arrived the nurse and I went looking for Stella in her room, but it was empty. She wasn’t sitting inside watching television with the other residents, instead we found her outside enjoying the sun by herself. I asked her about the letter of congratulations she’d received from the Queen for her 100th birthday.
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