#ACTA2014 Conference: 30 September - 3 October 2014
Now available to download...
The #ACTA2014 Conference Handbook - here
The Conference Handbook includes information about the keynotes, the venue, the detailed program including the site visits, the abstracts for each presentation and more.
Presenters and papers - here
Conference key dates & times:
|Day / Date||Time||Activities|
|Day 1 - 30 September||
7 - 7.20pm
7.20 - 8.30pm
8.30 - 9.30pm
Registration & Cocktail Reception
|Day 2 - 1 October||8.45am - 6pm||
Keynotes, Presentations, Posters
|Day 3 - 2 October||8.55am - 5.15pm||Keynotes, Presentations & Workshops|
|Day 4 - 3 October||10am - 4pm||Site Visits|
Associated event - Melbourne Immigration Museum Symposium
Tuesday 30 September 2014
Can we talk? Well, can we? - Language, the great divide
A one-day symposium that explores what it means to be a
This symposium to be held just prior to our #ACTA2014 conference. It will be opened by one of our keynote speakers Professor Joe Lo Bianco. It is being held a short distance from our conference venue. Attend the symposium, then join us at the conference opening ceremony!
(Please note: This is a separate event running alongside the ACTA2014 Conference. Registration for this symposium is not included in the ACTA2014 Conference registration).
Site visits took place on Day 4 - Friday 3 October 2014.
1 Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), Federation Square, Melbourne
Indigenous Culture and Multiculturalism on Screen: An Introduction to Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) Resources
Exploring indigenous identities and voices at ACMI:
Film screening - Satellite Boy Catriona McKenzie, 90 mins,
Australia, 2012, PG.
Lost in the Kimberley, 12 year old Pete survives by drawing on traditional knowledge.
This is a film about tradition, progress and cultural identity.
Exploring the resources of Museum Victoria at the Immigration
Museum as well as the 'Identity - Yours, Mine, Ours'
Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders Street, Melbourne.
Ground Floor, Statewide Resources Centre, 150 Palmerston Street,
Location of LMERC/map