6) In November 2006, Charles de Long, a former member of the Eoan opera group, called DOMUS regarding a reunion concert of the group.
The Eoan donation set the tone for academic and archival work that took engagement with non-academic communities, the owners of the 'cultural capital' of the archive, seriously.
The first major collection expedition for DOMUS took place on 26 February 2008, when a number of students accompanied Muller and the current author to the Joseph Stone Theatre in Athlone to collect the Eoan archive.
In 2013, the oral history book project on the Eoan opera group culminated in the launch of Eoan: Our Story by the Eoan Group Project during the Suidooster Festival in Cape Town.
The Eoan Group was founded in District Six in 1933 on the premise of being a culture and welfare organisation.
Based on interviews with former members and associates of the Eoan Group, the book, Eoan--Our Story (by the Eoan History Project--a book committee, rather than a single author), was launched on 31 January 2013.
Kaganof combines rare archival film footage of District Six and Eoan's opera performances with footage of the Eoan History Project book committee meetings and interviews on which Eoan--Our Storyis based.
More about the Eoan History Project can be read at: http://www.