The New Zealand Oral History Awards (NZOH) provide financial help for the recording of interviews relating to the history of New Zealand/Aotearoa and its close connections with the Pacific.
Projects submitted for consideration should contribute significantly to our understanding of New Zealand’s past and its people.
The closing date for 2017 applications was 31 May 2017.
New Zealand Oral History Awards for 2016 are:
- Belinda De Mayo - The Northern Maori Schools’ Project 1954-1959 Stage II, $11,000.00
- Jon and Sue Monk - An Oral History of ADIS International Ltd, $9,000.00
- Federated Mountain Clubs Mountain and Forest Trust - Federated Mountain Clubs & Mountain and Forest Trust OHP, $5,000.00
- Angela Middleton - Booth Brothers of Kerikeri OHP, $6,300.00
- Frances Edmond - An Oral History of the Living Theatre Troupe 1970-76, $7,132.00
- Elisapeci Samanunu Waqanivala - Indigenous Fijian women and men in Wellington, $2,060.00
- Stephanie Tibble - St Joseph’s Maori Girl’s College 150th Anniversary OHP, $9,375.00
- Nadia Gush - Out and about: lesbian social life in the 1980s, $4,332.00
- Pip Oldham - Butchers’ Stories OHP, Stage II, $8,240.00
- Ruth Low - Stories from the Woolshed, $20,000.00
- Grace Bateman and Paul Garbett - M.E. Voices: Young people living with an invisible disability, $9,975.00
- Mike Smith - Rex Jones and Trade Union leadership in NZ 1983-2000, $5,298.00
- Pacifica Mamas Arts Cultural Trust - Vaimutu Records 1985-2006, Cook Islanders and their journey in NZ through the music industry, $4,500.00.
Read a related media release about the 2016 recipients:
Updated on 1st June 2017