Early-bird registration to the 5th National Forum on Performance
in Cultural Institutions to be
For more details visit:
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Van Tiel, Michael
Sent: Thursday, 25 March 2010 2:50 PM
Subject: RE: Registration now open - 5th National Forum on Performance in Cultural Institutions
There is only one month to go until the 5th National Forum on Performance in Cultural Institutions.
The Forum program has been updated. There is now an additional seminar session which makes the Forum even better value!
Please visit the Museums Australia Networks event page to download the full updated program and registration form
Don’t forget the Early bird $75 registration ends on the 31st March.
See you in a month!
PS. Apologies for cross-posting.
Van Tiel, Michael
Sent: Tuesday, 2 March 2010 2:19 PM
Subject: Registration now open - 5th National Forum on Performance in Cultural Institutions
International Museum Theatre Asia Pacific (IMTAP), a Museums Australia SIG, is excited to present the 5th National Forum on Performance in Cultural Institutions, an opportunity for those passionate about all forms of performance in cultural institutions come together to explore, debate, discuss and connect ideas and practice.
The Forum is proudly hosted in
The date of the forum is Thursday 22nd April 2010.
The cost of the Forum is $75 for most delegates. $75 Earlybird registration until the 31st March!
The day begins at the
works of performance might be
conceived of as the centrepiece of an exhibition plan. Next is the first of our
concurrent seminar sessions, with sessions from leading practitioners in the
field, followed by a lively panel discussion on Meeting the needs of all involved – Artist, audience and museum.
Now armed with a lunchbox full of yummy food make your way into
Please visit the Museums Australia Networks event page to download the full program and registration form
To make an online payment please visit:
Please forward this e-mail to interested colleagues. Our apologies for cross-posting.
We look forward to seeing you at the forum.
Michael & Scott
Michael Van Tiel
Producer (Zoe & Cogs and Children Programs)
Education & Program Development
Phone: (02) 9217 0314
Fax: (02) 9217 0441
Street Address: 500 Harris Street, ULTIMO, NSW, 2007