#WomenWWI - In partnership, HMS Caroline and the Public Service of Northern Ireland (PRONI) will present an afternoon themed around archive creation and care on 23 March.
The time for the event is 1.00 pm – 3.00 pm and held at the premises of PRONI in the Titanic Quarter, Belfast.
This event is part of Belfast Strategic Partnership's Festival of Learning, 2017.
The Festival of Learning aims to demonstrate learning in all its forms across Belfast, covering;
learning through education
learning for life
learning to live together
learning for and in work
The session will include a tour of PRONI’s archive focusing on aspects that relate to the First World War and Women’s History.
This will be followed be a session led by the Curatorial and Learning Teams at HMS Caroline discussing the approach to building and creating an archive of oral history and ephemeral material related to WRNS (Women’s Royal Naval Service) history at HMS Caroline.
Booking for this event is Free by clicking through Eventbrite here.
On a separate yet related note Afloat advises that HMS Caroline which is located nearby to PRONI, is currently closed for hull conservation work at Harland & Wolff and is due to reopen this Spring.
For further details and updates visit the website of HMS Caroline, the recently restored last floating survivor of the 1916 Battle of Jutland.