The Royal Australian Historical Society (RAHS) recently launched the program for its 2016 conference to be held in Wollongong this October. This year, the theme is ‘Times are A-Changing – History and Innovation’.
Explore the 2016 RAHS Conference program.
The event promises to be a memorable weekend with speakers covering a variety of areas of expertise, and fascinating tours followed by the annual conference dinner.
Attendees will have the chance to learn skills to support history projects, and opportunities to network and share histories with RAHS members and friends. The conference also includes presentations of 2016 Arts NSW Cultural Grants, NSW Heritage Grants and Certificates of Achievement and Appreciation.
Conference delegates can also attend a pre-conference event at the BlueScope Room, Wollongong Art Gallery, which will include pre-conference drinks and the launch of the publication Scandal, Slander and Interfering with our Neighbours by Lorraine Neate, President of the Illawarra Historical Society.
The RAHS 2016 conference will be held at Centro CBD, in Wollongong NSW, on 22 to 23 October.