The IAP 2022 scientific content is the most valuable legacy of the Congress, without a doubt.
For those who can travel to the meeting, we wanted to make your journey unique and memorable.
Our social program has been designed to ensure you can meet and network with colleagues, both old and new, and expose you to some of Sydney’s most iconic landmarks and giving you a taste of Australia through our cuisine choices.
We have curated the overall program to allow time to explore Sydney by yourself and have put some suggestions together for you.
Thursday 13 October
1145 – 1215 Congress Opening Ceremony with Welcome to Country
In 1999 he created the professional performing group Wuruniri Music and Dance which he continues to run today. He has performed all over the world and in Australia in major local and community events and has worked with some of Australia’s leading musicians and Dance Company’s.
Matthew has an enormous amount of experience performing traditional indigenous ceremonies and dance. He is the founder of the Wuruniri Dance Troupe and has toured with them both nationally and internationally.
Matthew is a professional musician, composer, choreographer and teacher.
Wuruniri Music & Dance
Matthew Doyle is a professional Musician (Didgeridoo player, singer, and composer) dancer, choreographer, teacher.
He is a descendant of the Muruwari Aboriginal nation from northwest NSW and is also of Irish heritage. Graduated from NAISDA College in 1988, where he studied traditional and contemporary dance and music.
Matthew currently Performs and teaches Aboriginal culture dance and music in schools.
1700 – 1900 Meet and Greet Speakers/Convenors
Friday 14 October
1715 – 1915 Congress Social Function
Saturday 15 October
1630 – 1700 Closing Ceremony at ICC Sydney