The Conference will include a Welcome Reception, 2 full days of Keynote and Parallel Presentations, Networking Dinners at local restaurants, Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards, and Masterclasses and Workshops.
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All registration costs listed include GST and Eventbrite fees.
Concession rates are for Volunteers, Students or Pensioners.
Member rates are for members of Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA) or Public Galleries Queensland (PGQ).
Early bird Registration closes 19 July 2019
Late bird Registration closes 30 August 2019
$415 $495 Concession Conference Registration
$485 $565 Member Conference Registration
$495 $575 Standard Conference Registration
$250 $290 Day registration only
$60 $80 Workshop / Masterclass
$25 $25 Additional ticket to Welcome Reception*
$49 $49 Cultural Bus Tour
Free Free Cairns Public Art Walking Tour
Free Free Cairns and District Chinese Association Inc. Tour
Free Free Networking Dinners – delegates pay their own way
$15 $15 Gallery and Museum Achievement Awards
*As part of your Conference Registration you receive 1 complimentary Welcome Reception ticket
To assist with Conference registration and/or travel costs to attend Opening Doors, the following bursaries may be available to you:
Australian Museums and Galleries Association (Queensland) - Individual bursary
Closes: 19 July 2019
Amount: Up to $500
Bursaries are available for individual gallery/museum volunteers as assistance to attend seminars, conferences or courses. The bursary can be used towards registration fees, associated workshop fees, travel, accommodation and living expenses during the period of the conference.
Eligibility: Open to current AMaGAQ members, member museum and galleries and their paid and volunteer staff.
For more information or to apply, download the form below, or contact Karike Ashworth, Membership Officer: email@example.com
Regional Arts Development Fund
Closes: Check with your local Council's RADF Liaison Officer
RADF promotes the role and value of arts, culture and heritage as key drivers of diverse and inclusive community and strong regions. RADF invests in local arts and cultural priorities, as determined by local communities, across Queensland.
Your local council may have a category in RADF for arts works living in regional queensland to attend professional development activities. Please contact your local Council's RADF Liaison Officer to find out more info.