Annual Workshop

Sunny Southeast Regional Conference Dates, Location Set!

Conference Dates: April 2-5, 2019
Possible pre-conference workshops Monday, April 1st and Tuesday, April 2nd
Location: Montgomery Bell State Park, Dickson, TN

SCHEDULE

Monday, April 1, and Tuesday, April 2:
Pre-conference sessions–day long and/or 2 day sessions possible

Tuesday Evening, April 2:
Welcome to Tennessee and Montgomery Bell State Park

Wednesday, April 3: Concurrent sessions, silent auction, lunch with keynote, dinner with live auction

Thursday, April 4:
Field trips

Friday, April 5: Morning of concurrent sessions, final door prizes and send-off

TRAVEL
Lodging: On-site lodging with Inn rooms, cabins, and camping
Nearest Airport: Nashville International Airport (BNA) is approximately an hour away

GOT SKILLS TO SHARE?
Concurrent Sessions: Got an idea or program you want to present?
Plan to submit your proposal in September & stay tuned for more information!

Scholarships: Need help getting here? Stay tuned for that information, too!

GET INVOLVED
Help us add awesome ideas to the conference planning team.

If you would like to volunteer to help plan or present this annual event, contact Laura.Franklin@tn.gov.

The Sunny Southeast Region is offering three $500 scholarships to the Regional Interpreter’s Workshop at Montgomery Bell State Park, Dickson, TN. April 2-5, 2019. Submit all materials electronically to Jessica Goodrich Watts (Awards and Scholarships Committee Chair) at jessica.goodrich.cig@gmail.com by November 11, 2018. If you do not receive a confirmation of receipt within 24 hours, text Jessica at 803-873-8648. The scholarship application is available for download here.

Nominations for awards are also open. All award nominations are to be emailed as a single file to Jessica Goodrich Watts (Awards and Scholarships Committee Chair) at jessica.goodrich.cig@gmail.com by November 11, 2018. If you do not receive a confirmation of receipt within 24 hours, text Jessica at 803-873-8648. See the Submission Requirements here.

Click here for a blog post with more details about scholarships and awards.

Last year’s workshop:

NAI logo final rgb 72Our 2018 regional workshop, “Interpretation on the Edge,” was held Feb 27-Mar 2, 2018, at the Coastal Studies Institute in Skyco on Roanoke Island, NC.

Please view our scholarship recipient’s blog post here for a personal recap of the experiences at this year’s RIW. You can also view photos shared by fellow interpreters in the Sunny Southeast Facebook group.

Do you have photos from the Regional Workshop? Please send them to the webmaster if you’re willing to share them on our website, and also feel free to share them in the Sunny Southeast Facebook group.

Click here for summaries and photos from the past several years of workshops!

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