As I reflect back on the NAI INNZ International Conference that was held in windy Wellington last month, I come to the realisation that I am yet to meet an interpreter I didn’t like. Over 130 people from all over the world gathered in one place. They came from parks; they came from museums; from […]
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NAI and INNZ announce a change in both keynote speaker and forum co-presenter for the upcoming international interpretation conference in April. Puawai Cairns, Curator Contemporary Maori Culture at Te Papa, New Zealand’s National Museum will now be joined as keynote by Museum Hack’s Ethan Angelica. Ethan heads Museum Hack’s Audience Development wing. In this capacity, he […]
NAI and INNZ are excited to announce that two keynote speakers have been confirmed for the upcoming International Interpretation Conference being held in Wellington next April. They are; Nick Gray, CEO and Founder of Museum Hack, a New York-based company that creates ‘museum tours for people who don’t […]
As INNZ looks ahead to our next big partnership project – the joint NAI / INNZ International Interpreters Conference – I’d like to take a moment to reflect on our most recent event, our 2015 Annual Spring Conference. Two key messages constantly appeared in all the presentations – the importance of shared values and sharing value; […]
Tihei Mauri ora – The Story Begins International Conference on Interpretation Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand April 3-7, 2016 Conference Website The 10th Annual International Conference on Interpretation is coming to Aotearoa New Zealand! This conference is being offered in partnership between the US National Association of Interpretation (NAI) and the Interpretation Network New Zealand (INNZ). […]
Why? As interpreters we know (thanks to Tilden); “The best interpretation comes from the heart and is laced with imagination, creativity, inspiration, relevance and personal commitment.” It’s great when we can bring all that to a project, but it’s not always possible, as interpreters, to do so every time. Most of us are in this […]
Dear kiwi supporters of interpretation I am appealing to you for just a small amount of your time. We need help getting the word out about the International Interpretation Conference happening in Aotearoa New Zealand in April 3-7 2016. Please think of three people in your region or discipline you think might be interested in […]
If Greening the Rubble was a 5-year-old child receiving their first school report I am sure it would say “works well with others”. As a grassroots project-based trust creating transitional green spaces in Christchurch, Greening the Rubble is well versed at working in partnership. From formal agreements with large government organisations such as the Department […]
The US National Association for Interpretation (NAI) is holding its 10th International Interpretation Conference in Wellington, New Zealand April 2016 and is calling for presentation proposals. Interpretation Network New Zealand (INNZ) Chair Stephen Espiner is enthusiastic about the opportunty to host this sister organisation and hopes kiwi interpreters from across the sector will support the […]
At INNZ, we’re not the kind of people that sit around letting others do all the talking at conferences. We like to get busy and creative – hands-on if you like. This year, at our Spring Conference in Nelson, we asked every conference attendee to bring along their own personal piece of memorabilia to include […]