NCSA 2022 Conference, Rochester: Radicalism and Reform

Each Registration space purchased (including the Spouse / Partner Registration) covers Welcome Reception (Thursday); Business Luncheon/Keynote Address (Friday); continental breakfast (Thursday, Friday, Saturday); and coffee/tea breaks (Thursday, Friday, Saturday).

Early registration rates end January 15. After January 15, prices will increase as follows: Regular Registration $230; Graduate Student / Adjunct / Emeritus / Independent Registration $200. (Adjuncts: at-will educators without long-term contracts or benefits.) Registration will close February 15, 2022.

 

OPTIONAL FRIDAY EVENING TOURS: (SIGN UP FOR NO MORE THAN ONE TOUR)

Strong Museum Tour – $31 per person
Explore the riches of The Strong’s vast holdings in nineteenth-century material culture on this exclusive behind-the-scenes tour into the exceptional objects in the museum’s collection storage spaces. Guided by expert curatorial and archives staff, participants will find themselves immersed in the chromolithographed colors of board games, face-to-face with hundreds of fine French and German porcelain dolls, and marveling at the technological ingenuity of cast iron and tinplate mechanical toys, among many other highlights. The Strong provides scholars and researchers with unique resources for investigating the intersection of popular culture and play.

Memorial Art Gallery Tour – $15 admission ($12 for seniors)
The Memorial Art Gallery, originally opened in 1913, boasts more than 12,000 pieces of art.  With pieces stretching from before 2000 BCE to present-day, the gallery’s collections truly have something for everyone.  Their nineteenth-century holdings include work by Albert Bierstadt, Winslow Homer, Mary Cassatt, Paul Cezanne, Edgar Degas, Paul Gaugin, and Claude Monet, among many others.  Participants in this excursion will enjoy a docent-led tour of the gallery and will have time to explore on their own as well.

The George Eastman Museum – $15 per person
The George Eastman Museum, founded in 1949, sits on the estate of nineteenth-century entrepreneur George Eastman, founder of Eastman Kodak. The museum includes rotating exhibitions of its world-renowned collections on the history of photography, cinema, and film technology as well as Eastman’s fully restored Victorian mansion and outdoor gardens. Participants in this excursion will enjoy a self-guided tour of the mansion and the rest of the museum.

The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House – $12 per person (20-person maximum)
Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965, the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House was the home of one of the most important nineteenth-century civil rights and women’s suffrage leaders. Fully restored, the house includes reconstructions of the parlor, study, bedrooms, and dining room with select items of memorabilia and mementos. Participants in this excursion will be given a tour of the house and lecture on its significance to Anthony and the history of the women’s suffrage movement and will also have time to explore the museum on their own.

Bookings

Ticket Type Price Spaces
* Regular Registration
Regular Registration
$200.00 N/A
* Graduate Student / Adjunct / Emeritus / Independent
GS/A/E/I Registration
$180.00 N/A
* Spouse / Partner Registration Fee (see above)
Spouse / Partner Registration Fee
$100.00 N/A
* Optional Excursion: Strong Museum Tour. Please choose only one of the available excursions.
Strong Museum Tour
$31.00 N/A
* Optional Excursion: The Memorial Art Gallery ($12 for Seniors / see below). Please choose only one of the available excursions.
Memorial Art Gallery (Regular Rate)
$15.00 N/A
* Optional Excursion: Memorial Art Gallery Tour (Seniors Rate)
Memorial Art Gallery (Seniors Rate)
$12.00 N/A
* Optional Excursion: The George Eastman Museum. Please choose only one of the available excursions.
The George Eastman Museum
$15.00 N/A
* Optional Excursion: The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House. Please choose only one of the available excursions.
Susan B. Anthony Museum
$12.00 N/A
* Optional Donation: Student Travel Fund
Donation: Student Travel Fund
$5.00 N/A
* Optional Donation: BIPOC Awards
Donation: BIPOC Awards
$5.00 N/A

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