2012 TCG National Conference - Venues

Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers

Thursday, June 21 - Saturday, June 23- Conference Central

50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston, MA 02116


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The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers is located in the heart of Boston's Historic Back Bay and just blocks from the nation's most Historical Landmarks. Located just 3 miles from Logan International Airport and steps away from the nation's first public parks, the beautiful Boston Common & The Public Garden. From the day The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers opened on March 10, 1927, the Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers has been the recognized as a member of Historic Hotels of America. The Hotel is easily accessible to shopping along world renowned Newbury Street, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the Theatre & Financial Districts and Boston's Historic Landmarks.


Reserve a room at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers and recieve the special TCG conference rates, starting at $199 per night. YOU MUST BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM BEFORE MAY 20, 2012!!! 


Saturday, June 23 - Closing Plenary

120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116


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ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage showcases first-class performances from all over the world, providing new opportunities for the Boston community to experience culturally enriching theatre, film, and music. The facilities include; the newly opened Paramount Center with its three performance venues: the remarkably reconfigured Paramount Mainstage, the Jackie Liebergott Black Box ("The Jackie") and the state-of-the-art Bright Family Screening Room and the magnificently restored Cutler Majestic Theatre. ArtsEmerson is committed to bringing many of the world’s legendary and pioneering artists to Boston.

The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts

Thursday, June 21 - Opening Night Party

539 Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02116


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The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts is an impressive and historic venue located in the stylish South End neighborhood of Boston. In the late 1960s, the Boston Redevelopment Authority purchased a 4-acre parcel of historic land in Boston’s South End to create an art center, and designated the BCA as its developer. The land included the Cyclorama, the BCA’s most renowned space, which had been built in 1884 to house a cycloramic painting of the Battle of Gettysburg. Surrounded by the largest collection of Victorian brownstones in New England and representing the height of urban industrial chic, the Cyclorama offers inspiration and limitless possibilities for all kinds of events.