Our priority is the health and well-being of our members, customers, and staff. Yes, there are many uncertainties, but if you’re able to attend IMAGE ’21 in Denver, please do so. Denver and the Colorado Convention Center are open for business and looking forward to welcoming our geosciences community.
If you’re unable to participate in-person, please register to join us online. In these difficult times it’s important to remain connected to your professional community. The more than 1,000 presenters and 150 exhibiting companies are looking forward to seeing you, and so are we. Your support is essential.
Here are our current safety protocols and what you can expect as an IMAGE ’21 attendee:
- The use of face masks while attending events in the Colorado Convention Center and area hotels will be strongly encouraged for all attendees, whether vaccinated or not.
- Masks will be available at registration at no cost.
- All participants will be asked to use social distancing and maintain recommended distances when interacting with others; seating in session rooms will be spaced accordingly.
- Hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the facility.
- Surfaces will be frequently cleaned using products approved by the CDC.
- Medical services will be on call for any visitors feeling poorly or requiring medical attention.
The CDC and your local health authorities are the best resources for updates and answers to questions about COVID-19. Updates to our COVID-19 protocols will be made as new information becomes available. Our plan is to comply with all city, state, and federal laws and follow the guidance of health authorities.
We are proud of the resilience and professionalism of our members who have continued to donate their time and expertise to create a fantastic event in service of our missions. We are equally appreciative of the attendees, exhibiting companies and sponsors who have supported our online and hybrid events during these challenging times.
Please plan to join us in Denver or online for IMAGE ’21 and thank you for being a part of our geosciences community.