The History Council of Victoria Incorporated (HCV) is an advisory body formed in 2001 and incorporated in 2003. It was established to promote history in Victoria and comprises representatives from cultural institutions and heritage bodies; history teachers and curriculum advisors; academic and professional historians; and local indigenous and community history organisations.
The HCV delivers a number of accessible and well-received history-centred initiatives. These include:
The History Roadshow program, which travels around regional Victoria delivering curriculum enrichment for VCE history students and teachers.
The Making Public Histories seminar series, exploring issues and approaches in making public histories and offered jointly by HCV, Monash University’s Institute for Public History and the State Library of Victoria.
The Annual Lecture which in recent years has been delivered by personalities such as Gideon Haigh, Clare Wright, William McInnes and Barry Jones.
Drought Stories: a spoken and visual history of the current drought in Victoria, a project recording the experience of drought-affected communities.
If you would like to become a Friend of the History Council of Victoria please join our mailing list by sending an email to the address shown on our contact page.
The HCV is registered as a Cultural Organisation with the Australian Government and is able to receive tax-deductible donations from Australian tax-payers. Cheques or money-orders can be posted to the address shown on our contact page. Electronic transfers can be deposited directly to our Public Fund account with the ANZ bank (History Council of Victoria Inc, BSB 013-040, Account number 3695-85344). Please ensure that you provide us (by post or email) with your name and contact details so we can issue a receipt to support your claim for a tax deduction.
The History Council of Victoria is grateful for all contributions and support.
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