Arkansas Archeological Society
Annual Meeting
September 25, 2021

Has been changed to a Virtual Meeting!

Summary of the 2021 Meeting

This year the Society is conducting the Annual Meeting differently than in 2020. Beginning one week prior to the meeting (on September 19th at 6 pm), the 2021 Annual Meeting page on the AAS website will go live.  Recorded video presentations covering all aspects of Arkansas archeology will be available for viewing at this time.  In addition, there will be links to typical Business Meeting presentations (Treasurer’s report, Editors reports, ARF awards, certificates of appreciation, etc…).

On September 25th, the live portion of the Annual Meeting will begin when the Zoom session opens for all ‘attendees’ to begin logging in to the meeting.  Attendees are free to interact for a half-hour while on Zoom.  At 7 pm the keynote speaker will be introduced for a live presentation lasting 45-60 minutes.  Immediately following the keynote address, presenters of the recorded videos will each give a brief 2-minute synopsis of their larger recorded presentation. Attendees will be free to ask questions of any of the presenters.  The question-and-answer period is expected to last until around 9 pm.

Technical Details: A weblink to the 2021 Annual Meeting page will be available on the AAS website beginning September 19th at 6 pm.  The live portion of the Annual Meeting will be conducted on Zoom (login information will be on the Annual Meeting page) on September 25th from 6:30 to around 9 pm.  The meeting is free and open to the public.