SCHOOL SALE: Calling all senior school students in Melbourne - Get exclusive cut-price tickets* $190 for Day 1/Day 2, or $370 for both days. First in, best dressed. *Terms & conditions apply. Does not include tickets to the 2015 CHASS Australia Prizes Lunch, includes all other catering in the program. GST extra. Book before it is too late! Please call us on 03 9925 3935 for further information.
The 2015 CHASS National Forum will be held at the Woodward Conference Centre located on level 10 of the University of Melbourne’s Law School.
Speakers include Professor Ian Chubb AC, Tony Grybowski (Australia Council for the Arts), The Hon Dr Brendan Nelson (Australian War Memorial), Dr Lisa O'Brein (The Smith Family), Claire Spencer (Arts Centre Melbourne), Chris Wallace-Crabbe AM, and Sally Warhaft (The Wheeler Centre).
2015 CHASS Australia Prizes Lunch Speaker: Deborah Joy Cheetham AO
All ticket prices are in AUD and include GST. Delegates can pay a discounted price when attending both the days of the Forum. CHASS members will receive a further 10% discount on full price tickets. Your registration for Day 1 includes attendance at the 2015 CHASS Australia Prizes Lunch. Individual tickets to attend the Australia Prizes Lunch are also available.
For the program and list of speakers, please visit our website http://www.chass.org.au/2015-national-forum/
What is the refund policy?
Cancellations by 20 September: 50% refund of registration fee paid (excluding Eventbrite/credit card surcharges) will be provided
Cancellation after 20 September: No refund will be provided
When & Where
Established in 2004, the Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) promotes and provides advocacy services for the humanities, arts and social sciences (HASS). CHASS serves as a co-ordinating forum for academics, researchers, professionals and practitioners in the sector. Supporting more than 80 member organisations in their relationships with policy makers and the broader community, CHASS is an important network for knowledge and skills. Providing a strong voice, CHASS helps members to contribute to public debate through programs for knowledge exchange and media awareness. For more information, please contact the Executive Manager via firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 9925 3935.