The conference will be held in the Owen G Glenn building, Arts One Building, and Waipapa Marae at The University of Auckland which is located in the CBD of the city of Auckland. The University is within close walking distance to downtown Auckland.
Owen Glenn Building
The Owen G Glenn Building is the home of The University of Auckland’s Business School and is one of Auckland’s most architecturally striking buildings. With state-of-the-art teaching facilities and sweeping views of the Auckland Domain and Rangitoto Island, the Business School offers a unique location for conferences and learning.
The Owen G Glenn Building has facilities ranging from small tutorial and case rooms to auditoriums seating up to 600 people. All rooms are equipped with advanced audio-visual technology with full audio visual equipment and offer the option of streaming lectures to an adjacent theatre.
The building hosts a wide range of events and can accommodate cocktail-style functions for up to 500 people, and formal sit-down dinners for 250 guests.
Arts One Building
The University Marae, Waipapa, is situated next to the Department of Māori Studies at 16 Wynyard Street.
The complex was built to provide an environment for teaching and research in Māori Studies and to encourage greater Māori student attendance and participation at the University. It also provides a place where visitors can be formally welcomed to the campus.
The Marae is for the benefit and support of the entire University community. Departments can negotiate to use the facilities for appropriate functions. University staff are encouraged to visit the whare whakairo (meeting house), Tane-nui-a-Rangi. Unlike many whare whakairo on tribal marae, this house represents all major tribes.
Tāne-a-nui-a-rangi is a book explaining the symbolism of the meeting house. It can be purchased from the Department of Māori Studies or the University Bookshop.