ACIC's 2018 Symposium will take place at University of PEI in Charlottetown, PEI.
June 21 is National Aboriginal Day. Celebrate with us during the day! 11am-2pm at the Confederation Landing Park, 2 Great George St, Charlottetown
The Small Halls Festival is taking place throughout PEI around the time of the Symposium. There are some great concerts before and after the Symposium, if folks want to extend their stay on PEI on either side: http://www.smallhalls.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/FSH-Brochure-2018.pdf
Charlottetown is also home to engaging art exhibits opening this summer that may be of interest participants:
- Marlene Creates exhibition: https://confederationcentre.com/whats-on/64652/
- Kent Monkman exhibition: https://confederationcentre.com/whats-on/shame-and-prejudice-a-story-of-resilience-a-project-by-kent-monkman/
- Missing the Island exhibition: https://confederationcentre.com/whats-on/missing-the-island/
- Upcoming art talks (Creates and Monkman): https://confederationcentre.com/whats-on/65716/
Book your accommodations online: http://www.upei.ca/conference/online-booking or by calling: 902-566-0442. There is a block of rooms in Andrews Hall set aside for our Symposium participants. Rooms are $108/night including breakfast.
A limited number of travel subsidies are available to reimburse ACIC organizational members traveling from a distance, and are available to one person per organization based on need for members. Request a travel subsidy when you submit your registration form to be considered.
Contact other symposium attendees to offer or request a ride by using our Message Board.
Parking on campus:
Free parking in General Lot A or B close to the Belvedre avenue entrance on UPEI Campus.
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Private accommodations throughout Charlottetown