The University of Melbourne invites you to join an important workshop focusing on older women and affordable housing. We will explore the networks and solutions that help and hinder older women. We want to hear from you, the people who are working to make solutions happen.
Her Place Women’s Museum Australia and the Women’s Mural Documentation Project are really proud to announce “Re-imagining the Women’s Mural – a virtual tour” received a HIGHLY RECOMMENDED at the MAPDA 2020 awards! We are really honoured to have received … Continued
Her Place Women’s Museum received a nomination for the community awards. While we didn’t win, we do congratulate all the winners and were honoured for the nomination. 2019 winners announced during History Week Established in 1998, the Victorian Community History … Continued
Her Place Women’s Museum has been nominated under the category of History Projects. What Courage Such a Thing Takes The Life of Mary De Garis Forty-two community histories from across Victoria have been shortlisted for the 2019 Victorian Community History … Continued
Visibility equals voice Visibility equals respect Her Place Women’s Museum Australia has warmly welcomed Friday’s announcement of the establishment of a national Women’s Museum at Clarendon Terrace and we support the $1 million-dollar grant from the State Government to the National … Continued
The Youth Space for Her Place forum was a great success with over 50 young people, of all backgrounds and experiences, attending. It took place on Saturday July 21, and was a collaboration with the Immigration Museum. The discussion was facilitated … Continued
Her Place Women’s Museum couldn’t call herself a women’s museum without celebrating International Women’s Day. It is a day to celebrate women, and it is a ‘call to action’, a day to reflect on the intersections between all women in … Continued
This year, for the first time, Her Place engaged in a community storytelling and history writing project with creative writing students in the School of Culture and Communication, at the University of Melbourne. As part of this exciting creative collaboration, … Continued