money talks numismatic lecturesMoney Talks provide members a forum in which to share their views and research with fellow hobbyists. The numismatic lectures are presented each year at the World's Fair of Money and the National Money Show and are free to attend.
ANA Money Talks presentations are 30- to 45- minute programs, including questions from the audience, and should include a digital presentation. They are scheduled on the hour. If your talk is selected, plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to your time slot and complete your program 45 minutes after the hour to allow time for the next speaker to set up. A brief description of your presentation as well as a brief biography is required and these items must be submitted with your proposal form. This information is used to promote your talk and for your introduction.
The following equipment will be provided: a laptop computer (Windows, Office, and PowerPoint 2007), a digital projector, a projector screen, a laser pointer, and one exhibit case. Please bring your presentation on a USB thumb drive or a disk (or you can bring your own laptop if you’re more comfortable using your own computer).
- Program videos and DVDs from past conventions are available for checkout from the ANA's Dwight N. Manley Numismatic Library
For additional information please contact Sam Gelberd at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to submit Money Talks proposals for the 2017 Denver World's Fair of Money has ended.