Detailed Program, Day One, August 4

8 am: Registration Opens

9 am to 1 pm: Publisher and Editor Meetings

This time has been set aside for Publishers to arrange meetings with their respective editors and other interested persons. The INANE 2014 Planning Committee is not arranging these meetings, however, to facilitate travel planning for attendees, we will share details of scheduled meetings here.

  • Elsevier, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. Armory Room. Lunch will be served.
  • Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins, 9:30 am to 1 pm. Portland Room. A light breakfast and a box lunch will be served.
  • Wiley, 10 am to 1 pm. Regency Room.

1:30 pm to 5:30 pm: Discover Portland! Discover Maine!

aa20130714_USPS13STA012dINANE 2014 will open with 90 minute narrated trolley tours for all attendees. The tour will provide a history of Portland and include a visit to Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth. The lighthouse was commissioned by President George Washington in 1790 and is one of the most photographed sites in the US. It has recently been commemorated on a stamp!

071413_1708_DetailedPro1.jpgEach trolley accommodates 32 people and 6 trolley trips have been reserved for the afternoon, to ensure that all INANE attendees will have a seat. Trolleys will be departing on their tours at intervals throughout the afternoon (1:30; 1:45; 2:15; 3:30; 3:45; 4:00 pm). Seats are not reserved—board the trolley at the front of the hotel. We encourage getting on an early trolley if possible to accommodate everyone throughout the afternoon.

3:30 pm to 5 pm: Meeting of the Planning Committee for INANE 2015. Longfellow Room.

5 pm to 8 pm: Discover Portland! Discover Maine! Opening Gala and Speaker

071413_1708_DetailedPro2.jpgOur introduction to Maine will continue with a presentation on Maine Through Artists’ Eyes by Jessica Nicoll, Director and Louise Ines Doyle ’34 Chief Curator at the Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts. Prior to assuming her position at Smith in 2005, Ms. Nicoll was the William and Helen Thon Chief Curator and Curator of American Art at the Portland Museum of Art for thirteen years.

Beginning at 5 pm and continuing until 8 pm, we will have a gala reception in true INANE tradition. A formal welcome to attendees by a representative of the City of Portland, followed by Ms. Nicoll’s presentation, will begin at 6 pm.

Slide Show from Jessica Nicoll’s presentation:

Maine Through Artists Eyes JNicoll