Intellectual Property and
the Making and Marketing of Music
in the Digital Age
April 23-24, 2010
Co-hosted by the
Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies, the Department of Music
and the Center for Information Technology Policy
Hotel. For your convenience, a block of rooms has been reserved for attendees at the Nassau Inn, located in downtown Princeton at 10 Palmer Square (609-921-7500).
If you wish to make a reservation, please send in your information form or contact Mindy Weinberg by March 19th at email@example.com. After that time, the Inn will only book rooms on an “as available” basis. Please advise whether you will need a single or double room, smoking or nonsmoking, and let Mindy know your arrival and departure dates and any other special instructions. Parking is available at the hotel.
Travel and Transportation. The Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies has made arrangements with Deluxe Travel Bureau in Princeton to handle your airline reservations and to coordinate your ground transportation to and from Newark or Philadelphia Airport. Deluxe Travel will bill us directly for airfare and ground transportation. Please contact Deluxe no later than March 22nd at firstname.lastname@example.org, referencing “IP Conference at Princeton University”. You will need to provide the following information in your email to them:
- The name exactly as it appears on the photo ID to be used for this trip,
- the date of birth.
- your cell phone number,
- seating preference, and
- Frequent Flyer number.
Other Expenses. Save all receipts for other travel and expenses, such as cabs, trains, parking, and tolls. We will also reimburse you for mileage at the University's current rate of 50 cents per mile. An expense form will be provided for you to fill out and return with all receipts.
Meals. As mentioned in the invitation, we will provide dinner on Friday, and breakfast and lunch at the conference on Saturday. Travel meals will be reimbursed with a per diem of up to $40. For those of you attending the dinner on Friday, April 23, please note that Lahiere’s Restaurant is a block away from the Nassau Inn and within easy walking distance.
A printable map of the campus is available at http://www.princeton.edu/main/visiting/files/princeton_map.pdf.
The Nassau Inn is located on Nassau Street and Palmer Square. To see exactly where the Friend Center is located, go to Princeton University’s interactive campus map, click on the drop down menu and select “Friend Center.” Select “Art Museum” and “McCormick Hall” to locate them on the map.
The Friend Center Building (driving directions) is located on Olden Street between Nassau and Prospect. It is on the corner of William and Olden, across the street from the E-Quad and next to the Computer Science Building. You can use the following address for a GPS: 35 Olden Street, Princeton, New Jersey. Enter the building through the main doors off Olden Street. The Convocation Room is the first room on your right past the lobby. There is metered parking along William, Olden, and Prospect.
The meters on Olden between William and Prospect are less expensive than the meters on William Street and Olden Street from Nassau to William.
Dinner, Friday at 6:30pm (by invitation only)
Lahiere's, 5-11 Witherspoon Street, Princeton
Other Parking and Campus Shuttle Service
Please see the Visitor Parking website for information regarding parking in the appropriate visitor lots on campus. If you park in Lot 21, please take the East Communter Line shuttle service to the Friend Center building. For more information regarding the campus shuttle, including shuttles from the Dinky Station, please see the Campus Shuttle website.
NJ Transit Schedule
(For trains running from Princeton Junction and New York Penn Station)