Recreating tourism through heritage interpretation – Interpret Europe Conference

The IE conference, ‘Recreating tourism through heritage interpretation’, was due to take place in Sigüenza, Spain, but we decided to organise another outstanding online conference which will offer access to attendees from all parts of the world. Vaccinated, or not, healthy or not so healthy, you are all very welcome! Besides, we will again contribute to a lower carbon footprint and save our travel miles for next year!

Shifting Sands of Interpretation – Palm Springs NAI 2021 Online

Westin Hills Golf Resort and Spa 71333 Dinah Shore Dr, Rancho Mirage, CA
AameOnline Registration 2 Keynote Presentations live streamed Zoom breakout room round table discussions 20 Concurrent Sessions Annual Business Meeting live streamed Online networking lunch (BYOL) 24 CE hours toward NAI recertification *Note that single day registration rates are for in-person participation only. Single day participants will be able to access any keynotes, concurrent sessions, and […]

Apology Day

Anniversary of the formal apology made by then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, on behalf of the Parliament of Australia, on 13 February 2008 to Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for the forced removal of children from their parents and community over generations.

NAI Hosts the First Global Excellence in Interpretation FREE WEBINAR SERIES

Join NAI for a panel discussion on excellence in diversity and inclusion in the interpretive profession. How can interpretive sites better serve underserved communities? How can we create inclusive employment opportunities by making jobs accessible socioeconomic, ethnic, and other demographic categories? Diversifying our visitor base, creating inclusive marketing campaigns, and adjusting our programming and hiring practices to be more accessible are all key points in defining excellence in interpretation.

National Close the Gap Day

National Close the Gap Day is an annual event held to raise awareness about the differences in the health outcomes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can expect to live 10–17 years less than other Australians. Babies born to Aboriginal mothers die at more than twice […]

Global Excellence in Interpretation Free Webinar Series – Interpret Europe

It is the dreadful fate of humanistic education: As soon as violence starts, it is too late. What could heritage interpretation do to defuse potential conflicts, from small to large scale? What are the key concepts to consider? And what does this mean for interpretive training? In search of answers, former IE Managing Director Thorsten Ludwig will trace the evolution of Interpret Europe over the past five years, from its conference, 'Heritage interpretation – for the future of Europe’, through the EU award-winning initiative, 'Engaging citizens with Europe's cultural heritage', to the recent collaboration with UNESCO on 'value-based heritage interpretation'. It is time to think about the further development of the interpretive profession.