Space:Network:Memory – 2014
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The Full ADA mesh Cities Symposium programme is available here:
At the Auckland Art gallery: Engaging Publics/Public Engagement
A day of discussions about the changing connections between art and its publics. Co-organised by Auckland Art Gallery and AUT University School of Art and Design.
An AUT City Campus location map for you to print out Local organisations involved:
|| Colab || AUT ||Digital Art Live ||
Some ideas for accommodation:
Quest on Queens Serviced Apartments Ltd.
62 Queen Street,
Auckland CBD 1010
CoLab guests are offered $152 per night in a one bedroom apartment.
Free gym access and 1gb of high speed data is included, as is a daily service
The Sebel Suites Auckland
85-89 Customs Street West
Centrally located city 4 star apartment hotel situated within one of the City Of Sails most exciting locations directly on the Auckland Viaduct Harbour adjacent to the central business district and inner city shopping.
The Mercure Auckland
8 Customs Street East
Located in the heart of the Auckland waterfront district, Mercure Auckland overlooks the spectacular harbour and bustling city. Situated within walking distance of Auckland shopping, restaurants, the Viaduct Harbour, ferry terminals and Vector Arena, Mercure Auckland offers 189 rooms and suites. Vue Restaurant and Attica Bar is located on the top floor of the hotel and offers great panoramic views.
Ibis Styles Auckland
20 Wyndham Street
Enjoying a sensational location just off Queen Street in the heart of Auckland city, ibis Styles Auckland is just a short walk from major Auckland attractions including the Viaduct Harbour. Designed for travelers on the budget, Ibis Styles Auckland offers 141 economical rooms, all with balconies and kitchenette facilities.
Kiwi International Hotel
411 Queen St,
Budget Accomodation. Clean, older style property offering comfortable city hotel accommodation – Top of Central Auckland’s main street. No special rate offered but good budget option