Face to Face FAQs

The Eventbrite portal is not connected to your Roundtable membership info. You need to Create an Organization. Once you’ve done that, you can revisit and register more attendees at any time. Click on Create an Organization. Type the name. Enter the name in  the “organization” box. You’re good to go.

For more registration tips, click here.

Shepard Hall is located at 160 Convent Avenue, near 138th Street and Convent Avenue. The closest subways are the 1, A,C,D trains. The M101 bus stops very close to the conference location on Amsterdam Avenue. Click here for full directions and accommodation suggestions. Note – if you are going via the A or C trains, go to 145th street and not 125th Street unless you are planning to take a bus

Click here to see the full list of registration rates. Note that pre-registration is a much lower rate than walk-up registration and strongly advised

Face to Face 2016 early bird registration opens in mid-February. Regular registration opens in mid-March. Pre-registration is strongly advised – rates increase significantly for walk-up registration.

No. There are no shared registrations or single-day rates available. This applies to members of pre-registered groups as well. An attendee who was not initially pre-registered as part of a group may not substitute into a group after the pre-registration deadline or at the conference

No.

You will receive an email confirmation immediately after registering for the conference

Yes. There is a dedicated table at check-in for those who have not registered. You may pay with a credit card or a check made out to the NYC Arts in Education Roundtable. We will not accept cash.

No. While pre-registration is used as an important guide for the conference organizers regarding room assignments you are not required to attend the session for which you pre-registred.

See above.

The registration tables are located just inside the entrance to Shepard Hall. You must check-in upon arrival on both days of the conference before you head to the Great Hall or a breakout session. If you have not pre-registered for the conference you may do so upon arrival.

Yes, we will have a selection of vegetarian, gluten-free, and Passover friendly foods; however, if you have specific dietary restrictions you should consider bringing your own lunch.

Yes, we will have a designated charging station in the breakout rooms

 

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