Image taken at the 2003 Yarram Women on Farms Gathering. This image depicts two of the committee members for the Yarram Gathering, Diane Robinson and Diane Hennig, working behind the registration booth.
Part of Museums Victoria's Invisible Farmer Project Collection. The Invisible Farmer Project was the largest ever study of Australian women on the land, uncovering the histories and stories of Australian women in agriculture. It began as a pilot project (2015-2016) and evolved into a three year (2017-2020) nation-wide partnership between rural communities, academic, government and cultural organisations, funded by the Australian Research Council.
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Two women sitting behind a registration booth at the 2003 Yarram Women on Farms Gathering.
Colour Digital Photograph
A key feature that unites all Victorian Women on Farms Gatherings is the voluntary nature of these events. Women from the local region usually come together to form a committee approximately one to two years prior to the Gathering to begin planning and organising, which includes securing a venue, sponsorship, accommodation, catering, publicity, tours, workshops and speakers. During the event the organising committee continue to oversee and run the Gathering, and often wear clothing that will make them recognisable to Gathering participants, such as the purple t-shirts depicted in this image.
Donation from Ms Val Colbert, 03 Sep 2006
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Diane Robinson; Diane Hennig
Digital Still Image, JPEG, Colour
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