Teaching Music History Conference 2018

8-9 June 2018 at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, IN

Local Arrangements

The 2018 Teaching Music History Conference will take place June 8-9 (Friday – Saturday) at Indiana State University in Terre Haute. The conference may be extended to include June 10, depending on participant interest and availability. All conference-related activities, including all sessions and breaks, will take place in Federal Hall, Room 301, which is located at 30 N. 7th Street.

For questions, please contact Terry Dean at terry.dean@indstate.edu.

Lodging

On-Campus Housing: Participants can get a single or double room in the one of the Indiana State University residence halls. All rooms are air conditioned and have a private bathroom. Single occupancy rooms are available at a rate of $31.00 per night and double occupancy rooms are available at a rate of $26.00 per person per night. The rate is for Thursday-Sunday, and it is $78 for a double-occupancy room and $93 for a single-occupancy room. A Sunday night stay may be possible for an additional charge. Check-in begins at 4:00 PM on Thursday. Check-out is one hour after the conclusion of the conference program on Sunday. Attendees should be aware that alcohol, drugs, or tobacco are not permitted on campus.

Off-Campus Housing: There are other housing options in the vicinity of the conference location. Most convenient is the Hilton Garden Inn (750 Wabash Avenue), which is across the street from the conference location. The Candlewood Suites, which is located at 721 Wabash Avenue, is only one block from the conference.

Wireless Access

Wireless access is available on the Indiana State campus via the “ISU-Guest” network.

Transportation

By Plane: All major airlines serve the Indianapolis metropolitan area at the Indianapolis International Airport (IND). Indiana State University will provide a complimentary shuttle service throughout the day on Thursday, June 7 and on Sunday, June 10. Reservation information will be available soon.

Parking: For anyone requiring parking accommodations, campus parking passes will be available for $3.00 per day; parking is free during the weekend. Parking is also available adjacent to the conference location in the Cherry Street Parking Garage. Free street parking is also available in the area.

Dining

Information forthcoming