Social Functions

 


 

Conference Dinner

Tickets are selling out fast for the Universal Design conference dinner. Book your dinner ticket now through the registration process on our website, or contact Sandra Dube to amend your registration sandra@conference.nz

The Universal Design Conference Dinner will be a unique sensory, social and human experience.

Have you ever dined in pitch blackness? Dans le Noir offers conference delegates this unique experience of eating in complete darkness, guided and served by people who are blind or have low vision. Tamaki Makaurau Auckland is the first city in the Pacific to welcome the Original Dining In the Dark Concept. More than 1.3 million people have experienced Dining in the Dark worldwide. Come join us, this is an experience that you will not soon forget!


Dinner details:
Date: Thursday 6 September
Time: 1800 - 2130
Venue: Dans Le Noir, Rydges 

Tickets can be purchased for the event:
3 course meal for $95.00
3 course meal with 3 glasses of wine for $122.00

Cash bar will be available during the evening.

 

Photograph of two dancers from Touch Compass performing Drift. Julie with her arms in the air skirt billowing behind her standing on a Segway. Rodney with strong arms, one in first position, second on the wheel of his wheelchair looking in Julie's direction who is facing away from him.
 

Touch Compass Performance

Touch Compass will be performing on Friday, September 7th at the Conference. Their performance Drift will shift perceptions, empower participants and inspire audiences.

 

Image is a screenshot of the route using Google Maps. Starting at Pa Rongorongo (Griffiths Gardens) and finishing at Kaitiaki II and Te Waka Taumata o Horoitu (Queen St sculptures).
 

Te Ao Tangata Hikoi Universal Design Tour

Date:
Saturday 8 September
Time: 1000 -1200
What: Guided tour of universal design highlights in the Auckland City Centre
Stops include: Bledisloe Lane, Aotea Square, AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building, Central City Library Tamaki Pataka Korero, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, High Street, Ellen Melville Building/ Freyberg Place, Jean Batten Place, e Waka Taumata O Horotiu (resting waka) + Kaitiaki II (anchor stone), Queen St
Cost: Free (limited places available)

Tour Leaders: Elise Copeland, Darren Davis and Vivian Naylor
             
Register as part of your conference registration today!

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