New York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network

NYCHTN 8th Annual Spring Conference "Feet Through Your Door and More"

NYCHTN 8th ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE

FEET THROUGH THE DOOR AND MORE

Place: Hobart William Smith College, Pultney St, Geneva

Vandervort Room in Schandling Center which is right on Pultney St.

Parking across street (Campus Map)

We are excited and pleased to announce that through an interparticipatory video conference our Keynote Speaker for our 2018 spring conference is NINA SIMON

Nina Simon is the Executive Director of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History and author of two books: The Participatory Museum, and The Art of Relevance. Her work has been shared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, NPR, and TEDx. She has addressed people around the world, sharing her story and her creative and innovative ideas that have made her one of the foremost experts in making our museums and organizations participatory and relevant. We are indeed pleased to be able to afford our members and our community stakeholders this great opportunity.

YOU WILL EASILY BE ABLE TO SEE AND PARTICIPATE IN THE VIDEO CONFERENCE WITH NINA ON ONE OF THE 5 SCREENS AT THE VANDERVORT ROOM IN THE SCANDLING CENTER HOBART AND WILLIAM SMITH COLLEGES GENEVA, NY

SCHEDULE AND SPEAKERS:

8-9 Registration

                Coffee, and refreshments

 

9:00 – 9:30

 Welcoming remarks

Cindy Kimble FL Tourism  

Paula Miller Pomeroy Foundation

9:30 – 10:30 Panel 1:

Reaching Out to the Not So Obvious Partners

Deborah Hughes, President and CEO National Susan B Anthony Museum 

Betty Bayer: Women’s Studies at HWS and President, Board of Directors, National Women’s Hall of Fame

Darren Cotton: Director of Community Development Planning, University Heights District Community Development Associate in Buffalo, NY and Founder of University Heights Tool Library

10:30- 10:50 Break

10:50- Noon   Key Note Speaker Nina Simon Inter-active video conference (There are 5 screens in the room 4 are 10’ x 16’ and one is 8’x5’)

12:00-1:15 Lunch

1:20-2:35 Panel 2: Reinvention through Marketing from the Bottom Up How to use Big Ideas for Big and Small Organizations

Jeff Ludwig: Director of Education, Seward House Museum

Jeremy Saucier: Strong National Museum of Play

Diane O’Connor: Managing Director, Ticonderoga Historical Society

Clinton Brown: President, CBCA

2:35 – 3:00 Travel to Finger Lakes Welcome Center

3:00 – 4:00: Finger Lakes Welcome Center: Special speakers and hands on tour of Center

Speakers: Stefan Fleming, Assistant Director of Industry Development, Empire State Development

Heather Tuttle, General Manager, Taste NY Market Café, Finger Lakes Welcome Center

Take advantage of Early Bird Special
Registration is $60.00 for Members and $65.00 for Non Members
After June 1st all Register Fees will be $70.00 & $75.00

Register Now!

INTERESTED IN BEING A VENDOR?
EMAIL ROXANNE KISE AT: INFO@NYCHTN.COM


HOTEL OPTIONS
Belhurst Castel and Winery
Bragdon House Bed & Breakfast
Days Inn Geneva Finger Lakes
Farifield Inn &Suites by Marriott Geneva Finder Lakes
Geneva on the Lake
Hampton Inn Geneva
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Geneva Finder Lakes
Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndha Geneva
Ramada Plaza by Wyndam Geneva Lakefront Resort
The Rose Petal Inn
The William Smith Inn
White Springs Manor


New York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network | nychtn.com | Members Area