ATCA's annual conference dovetails with the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, so pack your tie-dye and headband, and put some flowers in your hair for three days of groovy theatre and mind-expanding sessions in the foggy City by the Bay!
A lot has changed since ATCA last visited San Francisco in 2004. What's new, you ask? Well, the big-ticket items include:
We also have after-party! We're planning some activities under the banner Local Edition on Sunday afternoon. These are sessions that will be of particular interest to the Bay Area cohort of ATCA members, but are open to all registered conference attendees staying through Sunday night.
Naturally, all are encouraged to come early and/or stay late to make the most of your trip and take advantage of more of what the Bay Area has to offer. Your host committee is gathering resources for activities including museum visits, local sightseeing, trips to Alcatraz and other options to round out your visit to the Bay Area.
SPECIAL NOTE: Conference attendees arriving early or staying later who have confirmed assignments to write stories
about San Francisco as a travel destination should contact Laurie Armstrong at San Francisco Travel, for assistance with their local pre- or post-conference itinerary. email@example.com