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Capturing this moment in history through the #Kingstoniso Project

29 April 2020

The Kingston community is invited to capture their experiences of the COVID-19 lockdown to preserve this moment in history in the Kingston Local History collection

Kingston residents, businesses and community groups are invited to help us capture this unprecedented moment in history through the #Kingstoniso project. 

Kingston Mayor Georgina Oxley said it was important to capture this once-in-a-century event that we would like to document for the future. 

“We are living through history and we want to be able to share that with generations to come,” Cr Oxley said.

The community is invited to share photographs, videos, writings or artwork that capture the images and experiences of the Kingston community during COVID-19 isolation.  

“Show us how you’re spending your time at home – you might be working, home schooling, taking up a new hobby, or connecting with family & friends online,” Cr Oxley said.

“You can also capture scenes from around your neighbourhood as you exercise at the local park or head to the shops. Let’s share together our moments ­-­­ both the ups and the downs - that capture this unique time in history.”

“Together we can create a living history that can be shared for decades to come through the Kingston Local History collection.”

To take part share your experiences on your social media channels using #Kingstoniso or email


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