This is a reminder about the Blacklight Summit happening in Copenhagen, Denmark next month.
Please pass along this message to anyone you think might be interested.
The Royal Danish Library and Stanford University Libraries are happy to announce that registration is now open for the Blacklight European Summit, held in Copenhagen, Denmark from 16-18 October 2017. More information on the Blacklight European Summit, including venue information and hotel room blocks, can be found at <http://projectblacklight.org/european-summit-2017>.
Registration details and fees
Registration is through Eventbrite at <https://blacklight-european-summit-2017.eventbrite.com/>.
Full registration (including conference dinner): 120 USD (approx. 750,- DKK or 100 EUR)
Registration without conference dinner: 32 USD (approx. 200,- DKK or 27,50 EUR)
Additional conference dinner tickets: 95 USD (approx. 600,- DKK or 80 EUR)
Registration is being collected in US Dollars on behalf of Stanford University Libraries. A full refund minus a USD 10 service fee is available until September 22. No refunds will be available starting October 1.
The registration cost includes lunch and coffee/snack breaks in the morning and afternoon. On Tuesday night, a conference dinner will be held at Bistro Royal <http://madklubben.dk/en/bistro-royal/>. The cost is included in the registration fee; additional dinner tickets are available separately. Registration also includes a limited number of tickets to the Abramović Method for Treasures exhibit: <http://www.kb.dk/en/dia/udstillinger/abramovic.html>
Call for Proposals
We welcome proposals from the Blacklight community for three kinds of sessions - 7-minute lightning talks, 75-minute breakout sessions (including discussions, coding sessions, or other ideas), and 3-hour workshops. To submit a proposal, please use the proposal form: <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfjv-2ddhowAVJslefbAtoKb8M2i1WkPUIj9lC0WfhDvK1D8w/viewform>
Questions or comments
Please contact the organizers at <[log in to unmask]> with any questions.
On behalf of the organizers:
David Grove Jørgensen
Mark A. Matienzo