International Conference
on Interpretation

 

Brand New! Download the Conference Program Guide

If you want to get an early jump on planning your conference sessions and activities, download the conference program guide. Hard copies of this document will be distributed to all participants, so there's no need to print it, but download it to your mobile device and you'll always have it on hand!

Research Abstracts

Download abstracts for the research that will be presented at the conference.

Wally Walks

Heading out on the town on foot? Download the Wally Walks app, from conference sponsor My Tours!
 

Renewing our spirit, sharing our journeys

NAI and INNZ invite you to the 10th annual international conference to be held in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand, April 3-7 2016. Join your peers, and expand your networks as we explore and seek to share our knowledge of interpretation through our conference theme.

Tihei Mauri Ora
The story begins …
I am the story, the story is me.
The story is us, the story is we.

In the local traditions of Aotearoa New Zealand’s indigenous people – Māori – ‘Tihei Mauri Ora’ is a claim to the right to speak. It is used to emphasize the importance of what is about to be said. It also refers to new life and new ideas, new beginnings, the beginning of understanding and of wisdom; the wisdom of you, the wisdom of me, the wisdom of us, the wisdom of we.

Interpretation should always aim to have something important to say. Interpreters seek to capture visitors’ attention, to reveal new meanings about our people, our places, objects, cultures and living things.

We invite you to explore and share new ways of presenting our stories; through new techniques and technology, research, and new approaches to working with local communities. How do we maintain the integrity of place and people in an ever-changing world? Conference tracks include research, leadership and development, indigenous cultures and interpretation, partnerships and collaborations, emerging trends and technology, nurturing guardianship, and living collections.

The story begins here.

Exhibit and Sponsorship Opportunities

Join up to 200 delegates from all over the world as we gather to explore and share new ways of presenting our stories; through new techniques and technology, research, and new approaches to working with local communities. Space is limited to 12 vendors and table location is subject to availability at the time your application is received, so don’t delay!

Reserve a booth.

Download the Exhibitor Prospectus
Download Sponsorship Opportunities




  

International Conference on Interpretation

Wellington, New Zealand
April 3-7, 2016

REGISTRATION
Register online.
Download complete program information here.


Sponsors & Exhibitors




Become a Sponsor
Find the sponsorship opportunity that's right for your organization here.

Exhibitors
Reserve a booth here.
Learn about exhibiting here.

About New Zealand
Te Ara – The Encyclopedia of New Zealand
Essential New Zealand
New Zealand Story