Registration for NIME 2016 and Sonic Environments is now open. Early bird prices are available before
6 13 June 2016.
To register please click on the following link: https://aea.currinda.com/register/event/1401
Presenters, of music, demos, workshops and papers MUST be registered with the conference for their work to be included in the program and conference proceedings.
Everyone attending the conference must register. If a performance/presentation involves multiple participants, some of whom are not attending the conference, at least one member of the group needs to register for the work to be included.
When you register also sign up for workshops and other activities during the NIME Unconference (final day – 15 July – of community access NIME activities) at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/d/australia–brisbane/unconference
- All registration fees below are in Australian Dollars and are GST inclusive
- Conference registration fees cover attendance to all conference events, including concerts, and morning and afternoon tea. While lunch is not included there are multiple lunch options to cater for all budgets in the South Bank Precinct.
- The NIME conference dinner is being held on Wednesday the 13 July at the Alfred and Constance in THE VANGUARD Beer Garden – 6:30 – 8:00pm. Attendance is $75.00 in addition to the conference fees
- NIME workshops on Monday are optional and are included in the registration fees outlined below
- Student Registration applies to full time students only
- Early-bird registration rates are available until the
6th13th June 2016.
In registering to attend this conference you, the delegate, agree to the conference refund, cancellation and privacy policies as outlined in the Terms and Conditions.
Registration fees do not include insurance of any kind. It is strongly recommended that participants take out their own general travel insurance. It is suggested that the insurance policy should cover loss of fees/deposit, airfares, accommodation charges, medical expenses, loss or damage to personal property and repatriation expenses. The organisers do not take responsibility for any delegate failing to insure.
Queensland Conservatorium is considered the most comprehensive tertiary music school in Australia.With offerings in classical instrumental studies, vocal performance and opera, composition, jazz, new music, popular music, musical theatre, music technology and electronic music, Queensland Conservatorium helps aspiring musicians to find their places on the world stage.