Conference Social Events

Monday Evening: Ideas Challenge / Developer Reception

Monday, June 8 from 6:00-8:00 PM
Tomlinson Tap Room, Indianapolis City Market

Indianapolis City Market

Join co-hosts DuraSpace, DPN (Digital Preservation Network) and ORCID as we celebrate developers and creative ideas for moving repositories forward. The informal reception will be held at the Tomlinson Tap Room located on the 2nd floor of the Indianapolis City Market, home of the original Farmers’ Market.

The City Market is located at 222 East Market Street, about five blocks (1/2 mile) from the Hyatt Regency (see walking map).

Tuesday Evening: Poster Reception

Tuesday, June 9 from 6:00-8:00 PM
Regency Foyer, Hyatt Regency Indianapolis hotel

The 5th International Conference on Open Repositories 6 july 2010

Join your fellow conference attendees for drinks and light food while viewing the conference’s poster presentations and talking with the presenters about their work.

Wednesday Evening: Conference Banquet

Wednesday, June 10 from 6:00-9:00 PM
Indianapolis Museum of Art


Conference participants are invited to attend a reception and dinner banquet at the Indianapolis Museum of Art on Wednesday evening. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres will be served from 6:00-7:30 PM, followed by dinner at 7:30. Between 6:00-7:30, attendees will also be able to visit the museum’s second floor permanent collection American and European galleries.

The Indianapolis Museum of Art is one of the nation’s largest and oldest general art museums. Located on 152 acres of gardens and grounds about 15 minutes north of downtown Indianapolis, the museum’s permanent collection spans a vast range of cultures and eras, and numbers more than 50,000 works, including one of the nation’s largest and most significant collections of Asian art, and the newly designed Eiteljorg Suite of African and Oceanic Art.

Shuttle buses will be provided to take conference attendees to and from the banquet location starting at 5:30 PM from the main entrance of the Hyatt Regency. Free parking is available at the IMA for those who choose to drive.

Images courtesy Indianapolis Museum of Art, Lavengood Photography and

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