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2021 National Conference

  • 13 Sep 2021
  • (PDT)
  • 16 Sep 2021
  • (PDT)
  • Online

Registration

  • Additional registrations from the same site* are $50 per person. This includes a 1 year membership or membership extension.


    First registrant should be your interpretation team’s supervisor/manager/lead/head honcho/credit card holder as the receipt for registration will be sent to this first registrant ONLY.


    To register additional team members, select “guest” and enter the additional names and email addresses. Please ensure you enter a separate email for each team member, in order that they receive their connection links and information. Note that additional team members must be from the same site* and email domain as the first registrant, e.g. 2ndInterp@AwesomeMuseum.ca.


    *A ‘site’ is a physical site (e.g. museum, park, garden, spaceship). It may have staff stationed at multiple visitor centres, kiosks, trailheads, boats, etc. Management units featuring a cluster of sites must register each site individually.
  • Includes 1 year membership
    Save 26$ and register as a member first, just copy, paste: https://interpretationcanada.wildapricot.org/members-corner

    Additional registrations from the same site* are $50 per person. This includes a 1 year membership or membership extension.

    First registrant should be your interpretation team’s supervisor/manager/lead/head honcho/credit card holder as the receipt for registration will be sent to this first registrant ONLY.

    To register additional team members, select “guest” and enter the additional names and email addresses. Please ensure you enter a separate email for each team member, in order that they receive their connection links and information. Note that additional team members must be from the same site* and email domain as the first registrant, e.g. 2ndInterp@AwesomeMuseum.ca.

    *A ‘site’ is a physical site (e.g. museum, park, garden, spaceship). It may have staff stationed at multiple visitor centres, kiosks, trailheads, boats, etc. Management units featuring a cluster of sites must register each site individually.

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Many interpretation programs work to establish connections between the things our visitors can see, smell, and touch (such as a tree, or a historic artefact)… and the forces that shaped those things or bind them together.

Interpretation Canada’s 2021 Conference explores how we effectively interpret the imperceptible and the invisible.

How do we help our audience experience slow changes (such as tide, tectonics, or time itself)? How do we bring to life something we can’t easily see (like personal bias, climate change, a sense of identity, or empathy)? What about the difficult, the microscopic, the emotional, the underwater, the imaginary?

Our conference sessions have been chosen - check them out here. 



Interpretation Canada c/o Kerry Wood Nature Centre 6300 45th Ave Red Deer, AB, Canada  T4N 3M4

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