Just a reminder that this year's conference, 'Islands on Sale: New Zealand and Pacific Arts in the Global Marketplace' will take place at Regent's University of London on Friday and Saturday this week.
General admission for 'Islands on Sale: New Zealand and Pacific Arts in the Global Marketplace'
We very excited by the calibre of this year's line up, from the key note address by Elizabeth DeLoughrey, to the many talented academics and professionals participating in the panel discussions across two days, and of course the opening night screening of 'No Man's Land' film at Soho Hotel followed by a Q&A with composer John Psathas ONZM (on Thursday evening).
Full programming information is included below following the ticketing information. Please do read through to get a feel for the fantastic line up. We hope you can join us for at least some, if not all, of the panel discussions, talks and performances.
This year you can choose to attend one or both of the days of talks, performances and panel discussions with a 'general admission' ticket if you are not attending as an academic. If you are an academic, please refer to the registration and other information pages of thededicated Wordpress site for the Conference. Below we set out the links to ticket purchase for those who would like to purchase a day ticket as a member of the general public (rather than an academic registration). Don't hesitate to be in touch with questions.
We hope to see you later this week!
GENERAL ADMISSION - PURCHASE DAY TICKETS AND OPENING EVENT TICKET
Please note for your planing that each day ticket will include tea & coffee at morning and afternoon tea, but does not include lunch. However, you are welcome to bring your own or purchase lunch the Regents University refectory.