International Sculpture Center

   

Sponsored in part by: Florida International University and The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, The Fountainhead Residencies, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts

About the Symposium

What is the target audience for this event?
Will there be optional activities or tours available?
Can I bring a companion to social activities?
Who can bring a companion to the Symposium?
Can I bring multiple companions?
Where are Symposium events being held?
Is there an age attendees must be to attend?
Do I need to be an ISC member?
Where do I find the member number?
What is an ARTSlam?
What is a Mentoring Session?
What is the symposium press policy?

Registration:

What is included in my registration fee?
Will there be a student rate for this Symposium?
Will On-Site registration be available?
Can I register a spouse or colleague using my membership?
How can I register a companion for assistance due to a disability?
How can my companion and I pay for our registrations together?
How can my companion and I pay for our registrations seperately?
Does my companion have to register at the same time as me?
Can I modify my registration?
How can the International Sculpture Center assist in obtaining a Visa?

Travel:

Are there any travel discounts available?
What is the best way to get around once I arrive in Miami?
Do I need to rent a car?
What else is there to explore in Miami?

Cancellation Policy


What is your cancellation policy?


About the symposium:

What is the target audience for this event?
Content will be geared toward artists, arts administrators, educators, museum staff, curators, educators, students, and patrons.

Will there be optional activities or tours available?
Optional activities and tours are available. Please see our Activities Page for more details. Additional fees may apply.

Can I bring a companion to programming and social activities?
Registered ISC Member Symposium attendees may purchase one companion ticket. This ticket allows your companion to attend all the Opening Night Reception, all free evening parties, gallery hops, receptions and events. Your registered companion may also purchase tickets for optional tours. More details on optional tours available on the Registration Page.

Who can bring a companion to the symposium?
You must be an ISC Member to bring a companion to the Symposium. You can find out more about becoming a member on the ISC Membership page.

Can I bring multiple companions?
No. ISC Members are permitted to bring one (1) companion the symposium. This will be monitored, and multiple companions registered under the same confirmation number will be unregistered from the symposium.

Where are Symposium events being held?
The Symposium panels and keynotes will be at the Florida International University. Social events are also being planned for other venues in downtown Miami, the gallery district, and South Beach.

Is there an age limit attendees must be to attend?
ISC symposiums are adult, professional meetings and attendees must be at least 18 years of age to attend any activities.

Do I need to be an ISC member?
No, you do not need to be an ISC member to attend. However, members do receive discounted registration fees. To get the member rate you must enter your membership number when you register for the Symposium. Your membership must be current through December 31, 2013. Not a member yet? Click here to join.

Where do I find the member number?
You can find your member number on your magazine label; it is the 5-digit number located in red box on the left, as pictured below, or you can contact the membership department at membership@sculpture.org or 609.689.1051 ext. 301.





What is an ARTSlam?
ARTSlam Sessions are unique opportunities to meet with peers for creative critique. Artists are invited to present images (must be provided on a USB Drive, other formats not accepted) of thier current work to other attendees for constructive dialogue. Each artist will be limited to 10 minutes -maximum! Sessions will be limited to 6 people per session. Sign up prior to the session will be required and limited space is available. Sign ups will be on a first come basis at the symposium.

What is a Mentoring Session?
Panelists will meet with smaller groups to discuss issues examined in panel discussions and answer questions. More information on Mentoring Sessions coming soon!

What is the symposium press policy?
As a policy, the ISC does not extend press passes to attend entire events such as symposiums or galas.

The ISC will consider requests for a member of the press to attend portions of an event such as a specific panel or awards portion of an event, however the press person must follow the following guidelines:
  1. Request to attend the event must be submitted in writing. Request must include specific event they want to attend (panel name, etc). Requests must be received 30 days prior to event date.
  2. Press person must provide details of the piece/project they are working on including name of the publication, article title/theme, and anticipated date of publication.
  3. Requests will only be considered by reputable, verifiable media sources. Freelance reporters must provide an indication of targeted publications or previously published articles.
  4. Press person may not take the seat of a paying attendee in a sold-out event and must understand that press may be restricted to "standing room only".
  5. Each publication approved will be allowed no more than 2 press passes for the event. In most cases only one pass will be approved.
  6. If request is approved reporters are required to send ISC a copy of the published article within 60 days of publication.
You may be asked to sign a contract releasing all images and/or written articles for archiving and promotion of the ISC.

Please submit press pass requests by email to Erin Gautsche, Conference and Events Manager at erin@sculpture.org.

Registration:

What is included in my registration fee?
Registration includes admission to all panels and keynotes, lunch each day, evening parties, openings, and gallery hops, the Opening Reception, the Iron Pour and Finale Party.

Will there be a student rate for this symposium?
The ISC is doing it’s best to seek funding to lower rates for students. Please check often for updated details. You may register for the student ticket waiting list on the Registration Page.

Will on-site registration be available?
On-Site registration may be available on a first-come basis. Premium fees will apply. Please check the website regularly to see if available.

Contact information:
p. 1.609.689.1051 x.302
e. events@sculpture.org

Can I register a spouse or colleague using my membership?
Your member number may only be used once, with the exception of University Level Members (who may send use the member number for three members of the University’s faculty) or Associate Level Members (who may use the member number for up to three staff members or volunteers). Attendees must use their own member numbers to register as a member. This will be monitored, and attendees who register using member IDs that are not their own may be disqualified from receiving the member rate.

How can I register a companion for assistance due to a disability?
If you would like to register an assistant for the Symposium, please call or email the ISC Events Department, (609) 689-1051 ext. 302, events@sculpture.org.

How can my companion and I pay for our registrations together?
You and your companion can pay for registration together if you register your companion on the Registration Summary page, the two registrations will be combined at the end of registration. This way, the two registrations, confirmation emails, and payment will be combined.

How can my companion and I pay for our registrations separately?
You and your companion can pay for registration separately if the companion registration takes place after the ISC Member has completed their registration. This way, the two registrations, confirmation emails, and payment will be separate.

Does my companion have to register at the same time as me?
A companion may register at any point while Symposium registration is open, after the ISC Member has completed their registration. If registering as a companion after the ISC Member has completed their registration, the two registrations, confirmation emails, and payment will be separate.

Can I modify my registration?
You can modify your registration, including adding optional tours and events by clicking here: LINK TBD

Enter your information, including your confirmation number, which can be found in your confirmation email.

On the top left corner of the page there is a button that says “My Information”, if you hover over that a drop down menu will appear – select modify.

Continue through registration until you get to the optional tours page.

How can the International Sculpture Center assist in obtaining a Visa?
Each registrant is responsible for his or her own travel arrangements, including obtaining a Visa. If an ISC Member is interested in attending, and needs a Visa, the International Sculpture Center can fax/email/mail a letter of recommendation to you and/or the appropriate parties. This is a courtesy extended to ISC Members, and is at the discretion of the Executive Director. To join the ISC today, please visit the Membership page. If you are an ISC Member and would like to request a letter of recommendation for a Visa, please email events@sculpture.org or call (609) 689-1051 ext. 302.

Travel:

Are there any travel discounts available?
Yes, please take advantage of the hotel discount by visiting the travel discounts page. The ISC has also arranged for discounted rates with numerous airlines and rental car companies. To take advantage of these fantastic discounts, see the Travel Page.

What is the best way to get around once I arrive in Miami?
Miami has a vibrant transportation network that connects communities across the city. Whether traveling by car, bike, foot or public transit, visitors have many convenient and safe options to get to and from their destinations. For information on ground-transportation infrastructure, visit the Miami Department of Transportation pages.

Do I need to rent a car?
You may wish to rent a car during free time to explore some of the great sites nearby which are not included in the program. The ISC has secured a discounted rate from Avis car rentals. See the Travel page for more details.

What else is there to explore in Miami?
When you are not busy with the International Sculpture Symposium, in Miami you’re sure to find attractions that match your other interests. Please visit the Miami Visitor’s Center website for more information.

CANCELLATION POLICY

What is your cancellation policy?
Cancellations must be submitted in writing before November 1, 2013 and are subject to a $125 cancellation fee. No refunds will be offered for cancellations received after November 1, 2013. All approved refunds will be issued within 3 business days of request to original paid credit card. Registrations paid by check will be refunded via check.

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