WHAT IS GUILD O-DAY?
Wednesday 20th February marks O-Day, one of the Curtin Student Guild’s biggest events of the year. Running from 11am - 2:30pm in the middle of Curtin's infamous O-Week celebrations, O-Day sees 10,000 new and returning students fill the main Curtin promenade for a great day of giveaways, activities, and general fun.
With students keen to receive many highly anticipated freebies, browse/join campus clubs and societies, and explore a variety of services tailored to the university market, stallholders gain access to a captive audience. O-Day provides a unique environment to connect with your stakeholders, whilst sharing information on services, activities, and/or products.
Students and stallholders alike can also expect to see numerous demonstrations, competitions, and activities throughout the day.
The Quiet 30
CLUBS & INVITED DEPARTMENTS PACKAGE
Following a successful trial in 2018, a "Quiet 30" will again been implemented for the first half hour of the event (from 11am - 11:30am) for students who experience difficulties with access and/or heightened sensory environments, as well as those that experience anxiety as a result of large crowds and/or noise. All stallholders are required to be ready and operating from 11am, however no amplified music or production lighting will be permitted until 11:30am.
Standard Trestle Package Details
Space allocation is approximately 1.8m long x 0.7m wide (table surface area only plus a small amount of standing room behind the table).
All stalls are shaded.
One trestle table is included.
Stall is not powered (no access to electricity).
FREE - for 2019 Guild-registered student clubs & invited Curtin/Guild departments ONLY.
This package (and price) is not available to groups who do not fit this criteria.
The inclusions within the standard free trestle packages are strictly as outlined above.
If you are keen to:
- have access to power;
- erect a marquee;
- run activities / demonstrations that require floor space; or
- wish to utilise a space larger than your allocated trestle table area;
...you will need to request an "Activation Space".
Activation Spaces are strictly limited and will be assessed on a competitive case-by-case basis. Activation Spaces are typically 3x3m in size, and will be allocated at the Guild’s discretion based on a wide range of logistical factors, including event tone and theming, space availability, power availability, health and safety restrictions, traffic flow, and layout of the event as a whole. To be considered for an activation space, please clearly outline your request for an activation space in the relevant section of the form.
Food & Beverage Giveaways
Due to local council food service restrictions and OH&S regulations, stallholders are not permitted to supply any food or beverage unless it is pre-packaged, non-perishable, and individually wrapped (i.e. NO home-baked goods). If you have any queries, please contact the Clubs Officer via email@example.com (if you are a club). If you are a Uni department, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confirmation and Stallholder Guides
Confirmations and O-Day Stallholder Guides (including stall maps, setups times, etc.) will be sent out from 12/02/2019.
Booking deadline: 06/02/2019
For further information, if you are a club, please contact the Clubs Officer via email@example.com. If you are a Uni department, please contact the Events Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.