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THT2106 Festival and Events Management THT2106 Festival and Events Management: Assessment Outline Assessment Task No 2 (Group Assignment) Task description : This is a group assessment in two (2) parts (a report AND a presentation) Task Length: TASK 2A: Report 1,000 words per person (e.g team of four = 4,000 words). Date Due: Week 10, 23 rd September 2018, Sunday 11:55pm, via Turnitin Task Weight : 35% Task Requirements: Students will form a group of four (4) students in week 4 for the required tasks in assessment 2A + B. The following details outline the specific requirements for this two-part group project. Students are required to collectively select a NEW event opportunity they believe has potential; students should consult their lecturer when choosing their idea. Students are required to prepare an Event Proposal for a festival or major event in the state where their campus is located (ie Sydney campus students plan for NSW event while Melbourne campus students discuss Victoria). It may be staged in a regional or metropolitan location with an expected attendance of at least 10,000 visitors and running over a minimum of two (2) days. This event must also be attractive to the tourism sector as well as the host community. The festival or special event will be a new development opportunity that should align with the region’s destination strategy and attributes (ie of the state where your campus is located). This task should not be an analysis of an existing event. Students can ‘import’ elements of an event
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