TEMC 2017 is presented by ATEM & TEFMA

Program at a glance

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Program at a Glance

Day 1
17 Sep 2017
Day 2
18 Sep 2017
Day 3
19 Sep 2017
Day 4
20 Sep 2017
Day 5
21 Sep 2017

Making Things Better

Come to Melbourne a day early and kick-start your conference experience with this 3 and ½ hour workshop. TEMC 2017 is about creating eureka moments, revolutionary ideas and innovative systems...
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Carol Harding

Pre Conference Tour

Sustainability and Grounds Tour – University of Melbourne This walking tour explores the ways in which the University of Melbourne taps the renewable energy of the earth and sun, reduces waste,...
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Newcomers Function

The Newcomers Function will be held prior to the Welcome Reception and will be held at NGV International (National Gallery of Victoria). Commonly known as the NGV, it is Australia’s...
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Welcome Reception

The Welcome Reception will be held at NGV International (National Gallery of Victoria). Commonly known as the NGV, it is Australia’s oldest and largest art museum which was founded in...
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ATEM Awards Night

Where: The Pavillion, The Arts Centre – 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne Time: 6:30 pm start Dress: Lounge Suit/Cocktail Ticket cost: $95 per person. The 6th ATEM/CAMPUS REVIEW Best Practice Awards...
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TEFMA Awards Dinner

Member tickets: $90 Guest tickets: $170 Time: 6:45pm – 10:45 pm Where: Eureka 89 – Eureka Tower, 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006 Enjoy an evening celebrating the achievements of TEFMA members while...
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ATEM Ghosts Soiree

The idea of The Ghosts was born during the momentous years of 1997-1999 in Jim McLauchlan’s presidency when he commissioned Maree Conway, the author of the first History of AITEA,...
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Conference Dinner

An event not to be missed, the Conference dinner is a perfect way to end your TEMC experience. When: Wednesday 20 September 2017 Where: Palladium Ballroom, Crown Towers Time: 7:00–11:30 pm Theme: Steampunk Dress: Cocktail or...
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Post Conference Tour

New Academic Street Project – RMIT The New Academic Street (NAS) project has transformed the heart of the city campus by creating new facilities enabling RMIT to deliver better services for students....
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