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Registration & Accommodation

Letter of intent

Although the Call-for-papers has closed we still accept letters-of-intent from those who wish to participate in the conference. Participation in this event is by invitation only.

Please be reminded that the event is not about paper presentations but about conversations. Participants should share an interest to listen & converse. The premise is not to listen to answers but become involved in developing the next questions.

If you wish to participate please send us a 'letter of intent' not longer than 300 words. In this letter please outline your interest in participating in the event and how you wish to contribute to it. This letter will form the basis to consider an invitation to join us.
Mail To: Making visible the invisible: Letter of intent

Deadline for registration:

Wednesday, February 16th 02011

Conference Fees

students £100
delegates £150

Fee Payment

Once your abstract & letter of intent have been received and considered you will receive an invitation to join us. This invitation will contain all information for fee payment.
If you lack funds you may apply for a reduced fee.

Please register here:

All regular delegates please follow this link: Delegate registration

Students & concessions please register here: Student registration

You will need a password to register. Corresponding authors have received the password via email. If you are an author and did not do so, please get in touch.


Huddersfield has a number of Hotels and Bed & Breakfasts available.
We recommend the following:

The Central Lodge lies within walking distance to the conference venue, train station, St Paul's Hall and the restaurant.
They have 20 rooms available and there is a special 'university rate' which is £50-55 per night (small single room/large single room).
We recommend to arrive Wednesday and leave Saturday or Sunday.

The Briar Court hotel is NOT within walking distance and we would arrange for a BUS SERVICE to pick delegates up in the morning and return them in the evening.

We recommend to arrive Wednesday and leave Saturday or Sunday.


By air: The closest airport is Manchester International (MAN).
Airport Express: There is a direct train service that connects Manchester Airport to Huddersfield which takes about 1h15.
It is possible to purchase a ticket in advance online with a credit card and collect it from a machine at the station at Manchester Airport. Transpennine Express
Important: The credit card used for the online purchase is required to retrieve tickets from the ticket machine!

By train: Travelling from London will take around 2 1/2 hours. You may have to change trains in Manchester or Leeds. You may book your train online via various websites such as Some charge a transaction fee, others do not.
Remember: The credit card used for the online purchase is needed to retrieve tickets from the ticket machine!

By car: You may find this site useful


The Media Centre, Huddersfield provides all the facilities we need and is located in the city centre of Huddersfield, only a few minutes walk from the railway station.

The event is part of the strategic initiatives of the Centre for Research in Interdisciplinary Creative Practice (CRICP) organised within the School of Art, Design and Architecture (ADA) of the University of Huddersfield, UK.

last update: 2/1/02011 12:03

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