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Tickets at the door: day $150, Weekend pass $290. Concert tickets for Liam Viney & Anna Grinberg and Joe Chindamo & Zoe Black $30 / 25 at the door. Pre-purchases for in-person workshop attendance close Fri 3rd Feb, 11:59pm. Book online to secure your place with discounted prices.
John Bloomfield (Golandsky Institute USA) returns to Australia in 2017 for the third time, and will be presenting a weekend workshop Feb 4-5 at the Nickson Room, University of Queensland. Golandsky Institute Artistic Director Edna Golandsky, and Master faculty Robert Durso and Mary Moran (USA) will present online, and Therese Milanovic (Master Faculty, AUS) will also give lectures and take smaller workshops with Mr Bloomfield.
NB All participants will have unlimited access to the lectures online, which will be made available shortly after the workshop weekend. You can watch the material as often as you need. Please read the FAQs below to have any concerns addressed.
What is the address of the event? Please scroll up to the top of this page for a map and address.
Can I buy tickets at the door? If you choose to buy a full-price ticket on the day, you are welcome to pay cash, or to make your purchase through the Eventbrite site on one of the available iPads at the ticket desk.
How do I get there? You can catch the CityCat or bus, park on the Dutton Park side and walk across the Green Bridge. Alternatively, you can catch a train, bus, or drive to Boggo Road station and catch a quick bus ride over to UQ. Refer to http://translink.com.au for specific schedules. There are express buses from the City, Cultural Centre Bus Stop (South Bank) and Boggo Road.
The closest park to the Nickson Room is Conifer Knoll or Staff House Road. See http://www.pf.uq.edu.au/parking/sl-casual.html Please allow sufficient time for parking and walking from your car to the venue.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THOSE TRAVELLING BY CAR Please use Fred Schonell Drive, pass the tennis courts, then go to onto Sir William MacGregor Drive, then right into College Road to park in either Connifer Knoll Carpark or Staff House Road. Parking is free on weekends, please note standard regulations of parking within marked lines, not on a yellow line, and not on the grass.
Please allow extra time, and aim to arrive to the Nickson Room by 8:45 for registration for the first general presentation at 9:00vam, or by 8am if you intend to come to the Introductory Lecture for those new to the Taubman Approach, beginning at 8:15.
What are the lunch options for the workshop? The Pizza Cafe and Wordsmiths Cafe are open, as is St Lucy's Cafe. You can also bring your own lunch to enjoy. Complimentary tea, coffee and light refreshments for the morning and afternoon tea breaks are provided. You might consider bringing your own travel mug to reduce waste.
Is there a discount for students? There is a 10% discount for high school and university students, and also a special discount for UQ students (ask your lecturer for the code). ID needs to be shown at the door for these tickets.
Can I bring a tricky passage to ask questions from? Yes, please do! If you have something on your mind, chances are many others will too. You might also have questions about typing / mouse use / phone / device use / household activities which can be addressed in the Small Group Sessions (on both Saturday and Sunday) and also the Intractable Problems session (Sunday).
Can I video the event while I'm there? Please abstain from taking videos. You will have access to a professional video by Surge Media after the event.
When can I watch the lectures? Online viewing will be available AFTER the event for all participants. Lectures presented by Edna Golandsky, Robert Durso and Mary Moran will be via Skype. As call quality quickly deteroriates with several people on the line, these Skype lectures will be available to all participants shortly after the event. This will enable the highest possible call quality for all participants.
If I attend in person can I watch the lectures after as well? Yes, all participants will have access to the lectures.
I'm not sure if I'll be in Brisbane for Feb 4-5, but I'd like to see the workshop. What should I do? Enrol as an in-person participant to ensure you have a seat. If you are not able to attend, you can watch the videos later online.
What if I enrol as an online-participant, but then change my mind and turn up on the day? Please let Therese know so that enough handouts are available. Last year, a number of online registrants came in person, and there were a shortage of handouts.
What do I need to do after registering for online viewing? Nothing. We will contact you with links to the videos after the event.
Where will the videos be available? You will be emailed with instructions as to how to view the lecture videos when the videos are available.
Will there be handouts? Yes. Handouts will be available at the door, and also available as PDF with the online video lectures.
Are tickets refundable? Tickets are not refundable. If you are not able to attend, you are welcome to watch the online lectures. If you prefer, you may transfer your tickets to another person in the same price bracket (ie adult to adult, student to student). In this case, your own access to the online lectures will be removed. Please contact Therese to confirm this.
When & Where
Please read the FAQs before contacting Therese. If your questions are not answered on the FAQs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 0421 477 700. Thank you.