2022 AGA Tucson Conference - Now Virtual
Tucson Marriott University Park Hotel Conference880 East 2nd Street
Tucson, AZ 85719-4838
A VIRTUAL EVENT
The 2022 AGA Tucson Conference is on.
However, the AGA Board has made the difficult decision to reschedule our conference to a later date and to offer the event virtually. The AGA Tucson in-person conference previously scheduled for February 02, 2022, will be presented as a virtual event on two half-days, February 15th and 16th with registration opening soon.
AGA remains committed to providing this educational conference to our members and the gemological community. As always, the AGA virtual conference promises to deliver the highest quality presentations from world-renowned speakers. Learn more
All who register will have the opportunity to participate in the interactive live virtual event, as well as receive exclusive access to the recorded conference when made available; delivering year-round options to view/review these important education sessions in the future.
The AGA Board did not take the decision to reschedule lightly. The health and safety of the members of our community must come first. Recent developments and ongoing global concerns regarding the many variants of COVID-19 continue to weigh heavily on our lives. This decision was based on concerns for personal health, travel restrictions, and recommendations from various health departments.
Additionally, the AGA Tucson Gala and Dinner Dance celebrating Gary Roskin as recipient of the 2022 AGA Bonanno Award for Excellence in Gemology has been postponed to our next scheduled live conference and gala in Tucson, on February 01, 2023.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused by the changes. All previously paid registrations for the live or live-streaming conference and/or gala will be refunded to the original form of payment. Everyone will need to re-register for the virtual conference due to the event’s date change. We will notify you by email when registration for the AGA 2022 Virtual Tucson Conference is available.
We are all very disappointed and look forward anxiously to gathering in person to share our passion for gemology again soon!
Please take good care of yourselves and those you love.
Accredited Gemologists Association (AGA)