The recording of this webinar is here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOs7z6vYXbw
SUNDAY 24th APRIL at 2pm by ZOOM
‘Second Guessing Future Curiosity':
Interviewing for the NFSA
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Graham Dodsworth is a musician and oral historian, with a great deal of national and international experience. He has recorded many interviews for both the National Film and Sound Archive and the National Library of Australia.
Graham’s recordings for the NFSA have mainly focused on musicians, including such cultural icons as Archie Roach, Eric Bogle, Margret RoadKnight and members of various well-known bands including Sky Hooks, Australian Crawl, Men At Work and the Bee Gees.
Graham’s presentation demonstrates the many gems uncovered while interviewing Australia’s most famous masters of entertainment.
Graham has a Master of Arts and a Graduate Diploma in Australian Folklife Studies. His life as a musician has involved both performing and management at many Australian folk festivals. In 2016 he was invited to coordinate the Australian program at the Festival Interceltique Lorient. In 2004 he was awarded the National Folk Fellowship by the National Library to research folk song recordings collected from the 1950s to 1970s. The result, titled ‘Trawling for Rough Diamonds’ produced a website and a performance at the 2005 National Folk Festival in Canberra. Graham also co-authored ‘The Centre’, covering 40 Years of Banyule Health Service at Heidelberg’s Olympic Village. He has released a number of recordings of his own song writing and performing and he is now producing illustrations to accompany his performances on media such as YouTube.