In this edition of our newsletter: after a break INNZ is now back online! We also feature a Matariki round up, a call out for a webinar on grass roots interpretation, we prevoew our 2023 webinar for the Global Alliance Heritage Interpretation (GAHI) webinar series: Global Excellence in Heritage Interpretation, and some exciting training and professional development opportunities for INNZ members wanting to enhance their practice in interpretation and storytelling.
In this edition of our newsletter: we recap our popular Global Alliance for Heritage Interpretation (GAHI) Webinar on cultural interpretation from last year, showcase reflections of Thomas Dixon's his visit to Manea Footprints of Kupewe, announce the winning photo for our free INNZ membership 2023 competition, and we share our 1st event for the year.
In this edition of our newsletter: we introduce our new INNZ committee for 2023, with many more committee members and renewed commitment. We also recap our Auckland meet INNZ meet up, and showcase Te Whare Taonga o te Ūrupa | Bolton Street Cemetery Museum.
In this edition of our newsletter: Trestle Creative showcases the Clyde Slip Way interpretation project, we recap the "Know your Audience" webinar and preview events for the rest of 2022. Remember you can contact us if you are interested in hosting an INNZ event!