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  • Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: density vs dispersal

    New York | Dates: 01 Feb – 01 Jun, 2014

    Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal 
    February 1–June 1, 2014
    MoMA Architecture and Design Galleries, third floor

    Frank Lloyd Wright and the City: Density vs. Dispersal celebrates the recent joint acquisition of Frank Lloyd Wright’s extensive archive by MoMA and Columbia University’s Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library. Through an initial selection of drawings, films, and large-scale architectural models, the exhibition examines the tension in Wright’s thinking about the growing American city in the 1920s and 1930s, when he worked simultaneously on radical new forms for the skyscraper and on a comprehensive plan for the urbanization of the American landscape titled "Broadacre City."

    Projects, from the early San Francisco Call Building (1912), to Manhattan’s St. Mark’s-in-the-Bouwerie Towers (1927–31), to a polemical mile-high skyscraper, engage questions of urban density and seek to bring light and landscape to the tall building. Highlighting Wright’s complex relationship to the city, the material reveals Wright as a compelling theorist of both its horizontal and vertical aspects. His work, in this way, is not only of historic importance but of remarkable relevance to current debates on urban concentration.

    Organized by Barry Bergdoll, Acting Chief Curator of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art, and Carole Ann Fabian, Director, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, with Janet Parks, Curator of Drawings & Archives, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, and Phoebe Springstubb, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art.

  • CFP: Decline - Metamorphosis - Rebirth (Sept. 18-19, 2014)

    Ljubljana | Dates: 13 Mar – 12 May, 2014

    The international conference Decline – Metamorphosis – Rebirth is intended for PhD students and recent PhD graduates from different fields of humanities and social sciences, who are invited to participate.

    Proposed topics for interdisciplinary analyses are:

    - understanding and interpretation of concepts of decline, transformation/metamorphosis and rebirth in different periods and in different fields of humanities and social sciences;

    - artistic creation and modes of living in periods of decline, transformation and rebirth (the effect of social changes on artistic creativity, artistic and/or creative reactions on social changes);

    - ways of understanding and attitudes towards historical phenomena, periods, and cultural heritage in different periods of time;

    - decline, transformation and rebirth of social systems, political structures, ideologies;

    - artistic and social contexts and the role of historicisms, neo- and

    post- styles in art;

    - decline, transformation and rebirth as iconographical motifs;

    - metamorphosis of iconographical motifs, ways in which they are perceived in new contexts;

    - forgotten, rediscovered or »rehabilitated« artists;

    - crisis, transformation, and rebirth in an individual artist's oeuvre;

    - revival (Nachleben) of concepts and content within art historical periods.

    Abstract in English of maximum 400 words should be sent, with the title of the paper, name and contact information (address, phone number, e-mail) until 12th of May 2014

    by e-mail to
    phdconference2014@gmail.com or by post to:
    Department of Art History, Faculty of Arts, Aškerčeva 2,
    SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia (with the note "Conference for PhD students").

  • 5th Urban Space and Social Life: Theory and Practice Conference City Development in Natural and Built Environment

    Athens | Dates: 16 – 18 Jun, 2014

    The 4C5M Studio's 5th Urban Space and Social Life conference invites papers and design competitions that explore challenging issues under the theme of City Development in Its Natural and Built Environment.  City Development's challenge lies in how we sustain the quality of our living while balancing the demands of the natural and built environment.  Often times, our city development creates undisputable "gridlocks" for ourselves.  Challenges include but not limited to traffic, revitalization of old centers, balance use of spaces that intersect with natural forces such as  natural disasters, geographic limitations (mountains, waters, and weather), and the return of wildlife.  Our everyday living, culture, identity are shaped and impacted by the convolution of the natural and built environment.  The conference invites the participants' imagination and creativity (papers and/or desgins) to explore, understand, and solve some of the issues.

    Creating a Better Living Space with Joint Responsibility

    Please visit the conference website for details and design competition rules and regulations:


  • CFP: Visualising Difference: Objects, Space and Practice in Early Modern Europe (October 10th-12th 2014)

    Stockholm | Dates: 13 Mar – 01 Apr, 2014

    Visualising difference: objects, space and pratice in Early Modern Europe, October 10th-12th 2014

    Reseachers are invited to send in proposals in the form of a 300 word abstract no later than April 1st 2014. The organisers will allocate papers to an appropriate panel.

    The conference organizers will pay for all costs for travel and accomodation for paper givers.

  • TCLF Boasberg Summer Fellowship

    Washington | Dates: 13 – 31 Mar, 2014
    The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) seeks to fill the Sally Boasberg Founder's Fellowship position for Summer 2014. The sixteen-year old TCLF is the only not-for-profit in America dedicated to increasing the public's awareness and understanding of the importance and irreplaceable legacy of its designed landscape legacy. The fellowship honors the late Sarah S. (Sally) Boasberg, a founding TCLF Board Member, devotee of horticulture and great landscape design, and unrelenting advocate for education. The position, which is paid and includes housing, is available for 8-12 weeks between June and September, with a final schedule determined in consultation with the successful candidate. The Boasberg Fellow would participate in TCLF's various programs, including What's Out There, Landslide, and Pioneers of American Landscape Design Oral Histories. Specific tasks include writing and text editing, research, photography and photo editing, website management, basic graphic design, and event planning. Good writing skills and attention to detail are essential for the job. TCLF's staff - 6 full-time employees and 3 part-time - operates from an office in the heart of Washington, DC’s Dupont Circle neighborhood. If you want immersion in issues, like a diverse set of tasks, and have a strong interest in landscape history, design, preservation, and advocacy, please get in touch! Visit http://tclf.org/about/boasberg-fellowship-application.
  • SWA Group Cultural Landscape Fellowship

    Dallas and Houston | Dates: 13 Mar – 15 Apr, 2014
    The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) is pleased to announce a unique opportunity for a gifted student or recent alumnus that will take place during the summer of 2014. Developed in partnership with SWA Group, this paid position includes housing and will be based for four to five weeks each at SWA’s Houston and Dallas offices. Specifically, this position will focus on research, writing and field reconnaissance for TCLF’s What’s Out There Texas program, which is part of TCLF’s What’s Out There free, searchable, authoritative online database of the nation’s designed landscapes. Specific tasks include generating and editing text, on site photography, and photo editing. Excellent writing skills and attention to detail are essential for the job. The fellow would work for four to five weeks each in SWA’s Houston and Dallas offices, engaging directly with SWA staff and remotely with TCLF’s Washington, DC-based staff. For more information and to apply, visit tclf.org/content/swa-group-cultural-landscape-fellowship. Application is due March 15th.
  • CFP: 8th International Conference on Engineering and Technology Research (24-25 April 14)

    Dubai | Dates: 24 Mar, 2014

    The aim of the above international gathering is to bring together both academic and professional engineers, researchers, scientists, scholars and engineering students s to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas and research results about all aspects of Engineering. This conference is supported by  Global Institute of Science and Technology, Australia, American Research and Publication International, New York , USA and two international peer reviewed journals. You are invited  to submit either abstract or full papers relating to following tracks.

    • All areas of Civil and Architecture  Engineering
    • All areas of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    • All Areas of Mechanical Engineering
    • All areas of Computer Science and Engineering
    • areas of Computer Software and Application
    • All areas of Environmental Engineering, Water  and West Management
    • All areas of Information Technology, Internet and worldwide Web

    Submission, Review Process and Notice of Acceptance

    You can send either abstract and/or full paper directly to Nuha Jahan via worldpap@gmail.com by the deadline. We strongly recommend that your send us word file which must contain corresponding author’s name, full  address, contact numbers, email address and the field of research. All abstract and /or full papers will be blind reviewed and authors will be informed about the review outcome within ten working days.  Authors of all accepted abstract must send full papers by 7th April 2014, if you want them to be considered for our peer reviewed journals.

    Publication Opportunities and Best Paper Award and Participation Certificates

    As per choice of the authors, abstract and/or  papers will be published in the refereed conference proceedings with ISBN and will be published electronically via a dedicated website, namely,www.gistworldconpro.com. Proceedings will also be published in book form for submission for indexation by ISI ( Thompson-Reuters)   Best paper award will be announced soon after the conference and these papers will be published in peer reviewed international journal “Global Science and Technology Journal” (ISSN 2201-6848) published from Australia. All other outstanding papers will be considered for special issue of "Journal of Modern Science and Technology" ( ISSN 2201-6686) published from Australia. Papers accepted by both the Journals will be published by September 2014

    All attendees will receive participation certificates and other relevant documents. In  addition, Every efforts will be made to publish proceedings via Google Scholar, ProQuest and Engineering and Technology Digital Library.

    Conference Feedings And Registration fees

    There are several options for conference registration fees . It varies from US$ 300 to US$ 400 and these fees include arrival, morning and after-noon break-foods, buffet lunch in addition to conference materials and participation certificates. Please see the registration fee schedule.

    Important Dates:

    Paper Submission (abstract or full paper) On or Before 24 March , 2014

    Notification of Acceptance: Within 2 weeks after we receive them

    Last day for full paper submission: 7 April, 2014

    Last day for registration : 10 April, 2014

    Mail your paper to: Nuha Jahan, Conference Administrator, Via worldpap@gmail.com

  • 2nd Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference

    Philadelphia | Dates: 23 – 25 Oct, 2014
    The 2nd Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference will bring together both world renowned and emergent scholars and professionals from the social sciences, STEM and humanities to function as a resource, a support system, as a space of intellectual exchange, and a place to create connections and develop collaborations.

    Workshops, Roundtables and Panel Discussions addressing:
    • Ethics and Leadership: The Art of Persuasion
    • Relationship Status: Keeping it Healthy and Balancing Relationship
    • Non-Academic Careers for Academics
    • Career Strategies for Women in the Academy
    • The Power of Mentorship: Roles & Responsibilities
    • Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
    • Stress & Time Management: Finding Solutions for Work Life Balance
    • Race and the Academy
    • Black Boys and Black Girls
    • Diversity and Inclusion: Academics for Corporate America

    • Leadership: Navigating Your Way to the Top
  • Regions in Cities Book Series Call for Proposals

    Dates: 11 Mar, 2014
    The Regions and Cities Book Series brings together incisive and critically engaged international and interdisciplinary research on this resurgence of regions and cities, and should be of interest to geographers, economists, sociologists, political scientists and cultural scholars, as well as to policy-makers involved in regional and urban development.
  • CFP: Spaces and Flows: Fifth International Conference on Urban and Extraurban Studies (7-8 Nov 14)

    Bangkok | Dates: 07 Oct, 2014

    Bangkok, Thailand
    King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
    7-8 November 2014

    On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the International Advisory Board, we are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the Spaces and Flows: Fifth International Conference on Urban and ExtraUrban Studies and the Call for Submissions to the Spaces and Flows Journal.

    The 2014 Spaces and Flows Conference will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from the 7-8 November, in collaboration with King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi. Proposals for paper presentations, poster sessions, workshops, roundtables, or colloquia are invited to the conference, addressing spaces and flows through one of the following themes:

    Theme 1: Urban and ExtraUrban Spaces
    Theme 2: Human Environments and Ecosystemic Effects
    Theme 3: Material and Immaterial Flows
    Theme 4: Chaos and Creativity in Global Space

    Presenters also have the option to submit completed papers to the fully peer-reviewed journal, Spaces and Flow: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies. If you are unable to attend the conference, you may still join the community and submit your article for peer review and possible publication, upload an online presentation, and enjoy subscriber access to the journal.

    Proposals are reviewed on rolling deadlines. The final submission deadline for in-person presentations is 7 October 2014 (title and short abstract). Proposals submitted after this day will be accommodated in non-themed sessions at the conference or are eligible for community membership registrations (no attendance at conference required with community membership presentations).

    For more information and to submit a proposal visit: www.SpacesandFlows.com/Bangkok-2014

    Enquiries: conferencedirector@commongroundpublishing.com
    Web address: http://SpacesandFlows.com/Bangkok-2014
    Sponsored by: Spaces and Flows knowledge community / Common Ground Publishing 
  • Conference: Italy in China (Rome, 25 Mar 14)

    Rome | Dates: 25 Mar, 2014

    Conference:  Italy in China (Rome, 25 Mar 14)

    Rome, Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Villino Stroganoff, Via Gregoriana 22, March 25, 2014

    Italy in China. The Western Buildings in the Old Summer Palace Yuanmingyuan in Beijing International Workshop

    Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome

    The Beijing Tsinghua Institute for Digitization THID (Tsinghua University Beijing) and the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome are conducting collaborative research devoted to the now ruinous Western Buildings that are part of the Old Summer Palace Yuanmingyuan in Beijing, and which were planned and erected around 1750 by Italian/French Jesuits and Chinese architects and craftsmen. The aim of the project is to comprehensively investigate and understand the Western Buildings and to analytically visualise them in virtual 3D-models. The project examines the Sino-Western experience in the planning and construction processes with the mutual exchange of techniques and methods, concepts and models, and explores the interaction between Chinese and Western conceptions of architecture, gardens, fountains, construction and hydraulic technologies. The workshop aims to present this collaboration project to a wider audience and to give a report on the current state of the work in progress.

    Scientific Concept:Yin Lina, Alexandra Harrer, Hermann Schlimme

    Secretary: Ornella Rodengo, rodengo@biblhertz.it, 0039-06-69993-222

  • HABS/HAER/HALS Summer Employment Opportunity for Students

    Washington | Dates: 12 – 28 Mar, 2014
    The Heritage Documentation Programs seeks applications from qualified students for 2014 summer employment documenting historic sites and structures of architectural, landscape and technological significance throughout the country. Duties involve on-site field work and preparation of measured and interpretive drawings, and written historical reports for the HABS/HAER/HALS Collections at the Prints and Photographs Division of The Library of Congress. Projects last 12 weeks, beginning in late May or early June. View the job announcements and learn other important application details on our website at http://www.nps.gov/history/hdp/jobs/summer.htm Applications Due: 28 March 2014 (extended)
  • CFP: The Hand and the Machine: Tensions in Interwar Design (SECAC, Sarasota FL, Oct 8-11, 2014

    Sarasota | Dates: 08 – 11 Oct, 2014
    Southeastern College Art Conference 2014 Sarasota, FL October 8-11, 2014 Session: The Hand and the Machine: Tensions in Interwar Design The story is familiar: modernism's post-World War I fascination with machines and technology -- in architecture, industrial design, the decorative arts, and fashion -- dissipated in the 1930s, replaced by a valorization of handicraft and a reemergence of the human subject. Where the machine aesthetic dominated design in the early 1920s, artists grew disenchanted with the signs of industry in the 1930s, focusing instead on the human subject, and crafting work to show the "hand" of the maker. But is this tale of a "return to the hand" universally true? Are there certain mediums or national traditions that trouble the story? This session solicits papers that examine the precarious dynamics of industry and the hand-made in the applied arts between the wars. We encourage a variety of perspectives within or beyond the powerhouse industrial economies of the West, and we hope, through the breadth of papers, to reassess the standard narrative of interwar design.
  • New Haven Modern

    New Haven | Dates: 07 Mar, 2014

    The New Haven Preservation Trust is proud to announce the launch of NewHavenModern, a celebration of the rich and diverse Modernist architecture in our city.

    This project represents the third phase of our multi-year survey and documentaton of Modernism in New Haven, begun in 2008. We invite you to explore the website and learn more about the large and small architectural treasures around us. Included is information about 124 examples of newly-surveyed Modernist architecture (constructed roughly between 1930 and 1980), as well as New Haven’s signature masterpieces.

    This project was made possible by the State of Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, Pelli Clarke Pelli, and members of The New Haven Preservation Trust.

  • Seminar: Designing the Classical Interior

    Chicago | Dates: 12 – 13 Apr, 2014
    The Chicago-Midwest ICAA is proud to bring architect and historic preservationist James Collins to town for an intensive weekend seminar on the philosophy, elements and design principles of Classical Architecture, as properly applied to building interiors.
  • AASL Annual Conference

    Miami Beach | Dates: 10 – 12 Apr, 2014
    Association of Architecture School Librarians Annual Conference, held in conjunction with the ACSA Annual Meeting.
  • AIA Convention 2014

    Chicago | Dates: 26 – 28 Jun, 2014

    Introducing AIA Convention 2014, designed with you at the center of the experience.

    Connect with the world’s brightest architects, designers, innovators, provocateurs, and thought leaders. All in one place at one time, in the heart of America’s architectural epicenter—Chicago.

    We’re inviting you to be a part of an experience that is designed with purpose. A reimagined AIA National Convention that presents a fresh, new approach to how architects learn, engage, and connect with one another.

    Intrigued? Here are seven reasons why you should attend. Join the community in Chicago June 26-28, 2014.

    1. Learn 
    It’s a great opportunity to satisfy your LU requirements. Topics go beyond the ordinary: “Designing Schools for Obesity Prevention.” “Increasing Your Firm’s Bottom Line by Adjusting for Shifting Demographics.” “Exploring Energy-Generating Affordable Housing.” We’re pretty confident the education offerings alone are reason enough to attend.

    Explore education tracks >

    2. Learn more 
    It’s not just the subject matter, it’s also the learning experience that makes convention education so valuable. Seminars are engaging and interactive, and presenters use cool technologies to bring their ideas to life in learning lounges and CE Theatres. It’s inspiring, and what you learn goes home with you, ready for action.

    Browse the full schedule >

    3. Solve technical issues
    Bring your questions—you’re highly likely to find an answer among the hundreds of professionals leading seminars and the experts managing nearly 800 displays at the AIA Expo 2014.

    Meet our speakers > and exhibitors >

    4. Get out in front
    Discover new building materials and technologies that will have a dramatic impact on your work. Experience firsthand new ideas and trends that will influence the lives of those for whom you’re designing.

    See what’s happening at AIA Expo >

    5. Promote you
    Take advantage of rare opportunities to interact with award-winning creatives, motivating business leaders, and innovative engineers. Interaction happens not only in seminars and events, but also on the expo floor, where the atmosphere is geared toward getting you information you can use.

    Maximize your time at convention >

    6. Collaborate and connect 
    The days of working in silos are over. Successful development projects require team players and tight integration. Gaining experience in collaboration and working with other disciplines raises your value in the workplace and the marketplace—and this is the place to make the essential connections.

    Make new connections at these events >

    7. Enjoy the diversity
    You’ll encounter new faces that reflect the changing profile of the architecture and design field. Check out programs centered on women in architecture or classes designed to help you start up a firm of your own.

    Register now >

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  • Historic Preservation in America's Legacy Cities: An Interdisciplinary Convening

    Cleveland | Dates: 05 – 07 Jun, 2014

    DATE: Thursday, June 5th through Saturday, June 7th, 2014
    LOCATION: Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University
    HOSTED BY: Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs/Cleveland State University

    Click here for the Call for Presentations

    Cleveland State University and the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs are convening an interdisciplinary meeting to discuss the role of historic preservation in revitalizing America’s Legacy Cities. This is the first event to bring together key stakeholders and decision-makers from cities where entrenched population loss and economic decline present difficult challenges for the future of the urban built environment. Urban planners and policymakers understand that demolition is a very pressing reality and often argue that it is the best course of action, yet these cities retain astounding historic resources and significant heritage. At this crucial juncture, there are difficult questions about what role preservation can and should play in shaping the future of Legacy Cities, how to identify and leverage historic assets, what benefits and impediments exist in integrating preservation into community and economic development, and how we make decisions about what we save and what we destroy.

    This interdisciplinary convening will bring together preservationists, community developers, economic developers, urban planners, urban policymakers, urban designers, and others. It will be an opportunity to cross-collaborate, share ideas, and devise solutions with the goals of launching a more integrated approach to planning for the future of Legacy Cities, bringing historic preservation into urban policymaking and crafting a 21st century preservation profession that is responsive to the needs and conditions of Legacy Cities. We invite policymakers, urban leaders, practitioners and scholars to participate in this three day convening, which will take place at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University from Thursday, June 5th through Saturday, June 7th, 2014.

  • Spotlight on Design: Reed Hilderbrand and the Legacy of Dan Kiley

    Washington | Dates: 23 Apr, 2014

    Modernist landscape architect Dan Kiley’s (1912–2004) emphasis on formal geometry had a great influence over generations of practitioners, including Douglas ReedFASLA, and Gary HilderbrandFASLA. The duo, founding principals of Watertown, Massachusetts-based Reed Hilderbrand, the 2014 recipient of the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Firm Award, discuss their current work in a presentation introduced by Charles A. BirnbaumFASLA, founder and president of The Cultural Landscape Foundation (CLF). The Foundation organized the traveling exhibition The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley, which will be open for attendees to view before the program. 

    1.5 LU (AIA) 
    $12 Museum, ASLA, and CLF Members; $12 Students; $20 Non-members. Prepaid registration required. Walk-in registration based on availability.

    Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Registration is for event planning purposes only and does not guarantee a seat. Online registration for Museum programs closes at midnight the day before the scheduled program.

    The Museum's award-winning Shop and Firehook Café are open for one hour prior to the start of the program. Shop and Café hours are subject to change.

    Photo: The form of this landscape by Reed Hilderbrand for the Poetry Foundation derives from that building’s formal geometry. Find out how this award-winning design firm cites the modern landscapes of Dan Kiley as a major influence in their work. Photo by Millicent Harvey.

    Date: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 
    Time: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

  • Frederick Law Olmsted Jr.: A Vision for the American West

    Palo Alto | Dates: 27 – 28 Mar, 2014

    For more than half a century, Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. (1870-1957) was one of America’s preeminent landscape architects who pioneered comprehensive planning and played a critical role in forming the nation’s county, state, and national parks. He wrote the key language that established the National Park Service, and for 30 years advised the Park Service on the management and conservation of water and scenic resources. In California, Olmsted helped established the California State Park system and East Bay Regional Park District, and recommended a 160,000-acre park and parkway network for the Los Angeles Region that still guides park advocates. In Colorado, his work resulted in Boulder’s city parks system and floodwater management, as well as Denver’s 40,000-acre mountain park system. Join the National Association for Olmsted Parks, the National Building Museum, and our partners as we explore Olmsted’s lasting influence on trends and issues specific to the American West, including park management, metropolitan growth, and the protection of the region’s unique environmental resources.

    The most comprehensive presentation to date of the full scope of Olmsted’s legacy, the symposium will discuss the continued relevance of, and inspirations from, his visionary work as we seek to address contemporary challenges in landscape architecture, regional planning, and natural resource conservation. 

    8.0 LU HSW (AIA) | 8.0 CM (AICP) | 8.0 LA CES (ASLA)

    Please note that this symposium takes place at the Li Ka Shing Center, 291 Campus Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94305, on the campus of Stanford University.

     Bios for confirmed speakers are added here as we receive them. Read the current symposium agenda. Driving directions and parking information for the symposium can be found here and here.

    Day-long tours of Stanford's Campus and the East Bay Regional Park District are available on Friday, March 28th. Read about both tours here, and purchase your tickets on the next page.

    Extended! Early Bird Registration through March 13, 2014:

    $129 Museum, NAOP, ASLA, and other partner Members; $109 Students (full time, with valid ID); $169 Non-members – includes Symposium registration, CEUs, lunch and breaks.

    Registration beginning March 14, 2014:

    $159 Museum, NAOP, ASLA Members, and other partner Members; $139 Students (full time, with valid ID); $199 Non-members – includes Symposium registration, CEUs, lunch and breaks.

    Online registration closes on March 23, 2014.

    Symposium ticket price includes box lunch, snacks, and beverages. You can select a standard or vegan-option boxed lunch on the next page. 

    Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.  

    Prepaid registration required. Walk-in registration based on availability.