MAKING NOW – Conference Registration

As you prepare to register, take a moment to review the chart of conference fees as well as registration FAQs below. Please note the discounted prices for current CIVA members. Not sure about your membership status? Contact us at Register by Monday, May 29, to avoid the late fee increase.

MAKING NOW - Registration Fee 5-24-17Frequently Asked Questions about Registration

Q. Who is eligible for the CIVA member discount?
A. Any person with a current CIVA Individual Membership OR one representative from any current CIVA Organizational or Institutional Member. Join or renew here.

Q. What does my registration fee cover?
A. Access to the following, from Thursday afternoon through Sunday morning: plenary sessions, seminars, workshops, paper presentations, coffee breaks, Sunday worship, the Late Late Show, onsite gallery exhibits, and opening receptions. The registration fee does not cover Day Ahead options.

Q. How does the meal plan work?
A. Meal plans are available for purchase with registration. Expect a cafeteria-style menu, with a variety of options to suit most tastes and dietary restrictions.

Q. What are the on-campus housing accommodations?
A. Lodging is in Azusa Pacific University dormitories. The Single room option is for one person in one room with a shared bathroom. The Double room option is for two persons in one room with two beds and a shared bathroom. Contact us if you have roommate request. Bed linens and towels are provided for each person staying in campus dorms. For those preferring hotel accommodations, a list of recommendations will be forthcoming. Conference attendees are responsible for reserving their rooms directly.

Q. How do the Day Ahead options work?
A. The Day Ahead options consist of four separate day-long museum tours in the LA area or one on-campus printmaking workshop with Steve Prince. Registration for these options covers museum entrance fees, van shuttles to the Getty Center and Museum and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, or materials for the printmaking workshop. Registration does not cover the modest train fare to the Broad Museum and the Norton Museum of Art.


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