Log hauling, Northland region, NZ. ca 1910s. Northwood Brothers. Gelatin silver plate. Alexander Turnbull Library 1/1-006377-G
UPDATE - Download information for delegates here - registration information, meeting points, venue changes and more! Note that conference dinner tickets are only available until February 8th, New Zealand time.
The conference meeting is planned for three days of presentations from February 13-15, after two days of workshops and tours which will be held from February 11-12. Social events include a reception and conference dinner (dancing optional!), and partners/spouses of delegates also encouraged to attend these events. Additional workshops are also planned for the week preceding and the week following the conference. There are also related events being held in Wellington and elsewhere, information on these is found here.
Early bird (to November 30, 2012) - NOW CLOSED
Member (AIC, ICOM) $200.00
Regular rate (to January 14, 2013 New Zealand time) - NOW CLOSED
Member (AIC, ICOM) $300.00
Late registration (from January 15, 2013 New Zealand time)
Member (AIC, ICOM) $400.00
One-day member rate: $175.00
One-day non-member rate: $250.00
* With identification from relevant course of study. Proof of study must be uploaded at the time of registration.
Note all fees are in New Zealand dollars. A currency converter can be found here.
The language of the Joint Meeting and proceedings will be English. A list of speakers and talks can be downloaded here. A list of poster topics can be downloaded here.
Note: for speakers or poster presenters who are AIC-PMG members - at the AIC Annual Meeting in Albuquerque, PMG members voted to temporarily increase the speaker's travel budget to $4000 to help offset travel cost for those attending the 2013 PMG Winter Meeting in Wellington, NZ. Money will be distributed to PMG members who are giving a talk or presenting a poster. Please submit an email request to Rachel Wetzel, Secretary/Treasurer of PMG by December 1, 2012 that includes the following: a travel budget (including any additional funding you may have) and a brief message stating whether you are giving a talk or presenting a poster.
Send your requests to email@example.com
Money will be awarded in early January 2013.
Schedule: The schedule includes short workshops and tours 11–12 February 2013, and paper and poster presentations 13–15 February 2013. Download the conference schedule here. Please visit the Workshops and Tours page for more information on each workshop and tour and a schedule of events.
Tuesday, February 12th
Great Hall, National Library,
6.10 pm - please be prompt for the traditional Maori welcome.
No charge, registration required via the conference registration system or by email RSVP by Thursday 8th February. Partners and spouses welcome.
If wet, please enter the foyer of the Library's Aitken St entrance.
Conference Dinner - TICKETS ONLY AVAILABLE UNTIL FEB. 8TH, NZ TIME
Thursday, February 14: Conference dinner at the Boat Shed, on Wellington's waterfront. $85, tickets available via the conference registration system. Partners and spouses welcome.
Main conference venue:
Te Papa is New Zealand’s national museum, combining collections of art, natural and cultural history. Located on the waterfront in Wellington, at Cable Street, with easy access by foot, public transport or private vehicle. Courtenay Place, along which most of the city’s buses pass, is only a couple of minutes’ walk away.
Tours, workshops and other events:
National Library of New Zealand
The Library is on the corner of Molesworth and Aitken Sts, very near the Beehive, Parliament and the Court of Appeal. It is two minutes’ walk from the main bus terminal near the Railway Station. Visitors will see collections and facilities.
Archives New Zealand
Archives New Zealand's National office is at 10 Mulgrave St, at the opposite end of
Aitken St to the National Library. It is a minute’s walk from the bus terminal at the Railway Station.
New Zealand Film Archive
The Film Archive is on the corner of Taranaki St and Ghuznee Sts, one block south from Courtenay Place. The entrance is in Ghuznee St.
Te Papa Conservation Section and Collection Stores
The Conservation Section includes studios for paper, textiles, objects, paintings, and frames and is at 169 Tory Street, less than 1km from Te Papa Cable St, a short 15 minute walk. Te Papa collection stores are located at both Tory and Te Papa's Cable St building.