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Interpretation Australia Conference

Date: 15 & 16 October 2014

Location: Brisbane

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INTERPRETATION AUSTRALIA 2014 NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Enriching the Visitor Experience

Brisbane:  15 & 16 October 2014

Venue:  Southbank Brisbane  (The Shore & The Ship Inn with Conference Dinner at the Maritime Museum)

We invite you to join us for a relaxed and energising Conference, held for the first time in Queensland.  We offer a broad but focussed program and the opportunity to network and make new connections at the same time as generating innovative ideas and growing your interpretation know-how.

Conference Strands:

  • Engaging Specialist Groups
  • Trends and innovative approaches to interpretation
  • Utilising interpretation practices in other domains
  • Embedding power and meaning into the visitor experience

Early Bird members $450 including two days of papers, workshops and pechakutcha - and the conference dinner  (Standard - after 31 August $485)

Early Bird non members: $555 including two days of papers, workshops, petchakucha, the conference dinner and one years membership of Interpretation Australia (Standard - after 31 August $590)

Bursary opportunities to be announced shortly

For information and to submit to present, go here

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Call for papers extended to 1st August 2014