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Digital Audio Tape Recording - Interview with Eva Schubert, Melbourne, Victoria, 01 Apr 1999 Audiovisual Reg. No: HT 25138

Summary:
Interview with artist Eva Schubert about her migration experience and art practice. Eva Schubert was born in the northern German part of the former Czechoslovakia in 1922. After a time as refugees in post war Europe she and her husband lived in Bavaria until immigrating to Australia in 1955. It was in Australia that Eva first began to carve, learning from her husband who was a wood worker who had trained under a master craftsman. After her husband died she took over the business and increasingly developed her own style.
Description:
DAT cassette
Description Of Content:
Interview with Eva Schubert discussing her migration and settlement experiences and creative practices in Melbourne.
Acknowledgement:
Source: Museum Victoria
Discipline: History

More information

Tagged with: german communities, german immigration, immigration, settlement, artistic practices, employment, artists, migration settlement, wood carvings
Themes this item is part of: Eva Schubert, German Migrant & Artist, 1958, Cultural Diversity Collection, Immigration & Artistic Practice Collection, Migration Collection
Primary Classification: CULTURAL IDENTITY
Secondary Classification: Ethnicity - Creative Practice
Tertiary Classification: oral histories
Inscriptions: 'Eva Schubert: Tape 1: 01/04/99'
Format: Digital Audio Tape Recording; DAT Cassette
Interviewee: Mrs Eva Schubert, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1 Apr 1999

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