The 2023 ASA International Conference (ASAIC23) offers professionals the opportunity to learn, grow and build business relationships. The world’s most respected appraisers attend the conference for its unparalleled education and vast CE/CPE credit, but also know it’s THE place to go for meaningful connections.

ASA Educational Foundation Silent Auction

The ASA Educational Foundation Silent Auction is NOW OPEN! Bidding will remain open until Tuesday, October 3. More than 40 items are available. Show your support of the profession and start bidding today. 


8:30am – 1:30pm | 3rd Annual ASA International Conference Golf Outing
The Golf Club at Audubon Park
$135 per player

Grab your clubs and join fellow attendees for the 3rd Annual ASA International Conference Golf Outing. Don't miss this fun morning on the links before the start of the conference. The Golf Club at Audubon Park is located just minutes from downtown New Orleans and features a Denis Griffiths design with contoured Bermuda fairways, manicured Tif-Eagle greens, four lagoons, and exquisite landscaping. Boasting the most immaculate and well-manicured greens in the New Orleans metropolitan area, Audubon Park offers a competitive 18-hole par 62 course set among hundred-year-old oak trees. Rental clubs are available, please contact the The Golf Club at Audubon Park directly for details and reservations.

Transportation to and from the course and on-course beverages are the responsibility of the player. The Golf Club at Audubon Park is approximately 25 minutes from the Sheraton New Orleans. Average Uber fare is $20.

Cost includes greens fee, cart, box lunch and one drink ticket. 

Sunday, October 1

5:30pm – 6:00pm | ASA Annual Business Meeting
The ASA Annual Business Meeting is open to all members both in person and online. The in person meeting will be held in Rhythms I/II located on the 2nd floor of the hotel.

To join on your computer, mobile app or room device: 
Click here to join the meeting

Meeting ID: 264 963 220 52 
Passcode: qYWLsL 
Download Teams | Join on the web

Or call in (audio only) 
+1 804-381-0855,,126015535#   
Phone Conference ID: 126 015 535#

6:30pm – 7:30pm | Get-Acquainted Welcome Reception 
Check in for the conference, then stop by and enjoy the opportunity to network with fellow professionals, helping you build relationships and create new opportunities for collaboration. It’s never too early to check out the online Silent Auction items available through the close of the event! Perhaps even place a bid! Light hors d'oeuvres will be provided. Guest tickets are available for $85 and may be purchased online in the conference checkout process.  These tickets are limited to guests of registered attendees only.

Monday, October 2

5:30pm – 6:30pm | International Virtual Chapter Reception (Members only)
Join fellow International Virtual Chapter (IVC) members for this special opportunity to meet in person! Discover firsthand ASA’s global reach, all while meeting diverse and interesting professionals around the world. Swap stories, share experiences and most importantly, develop valuable contacts for future career or client growth. Don’t miss this highly anticipated event.

5:30pm – 7:00pm | ASA Rising Stars Happy Hour (Invitation only) 
Sponsored by Borrowman Baker, LLC & Business Valuation Resources

This special event celebrates the future of the profession and the contributions of ASA members 40 and under who are up and coming in the appraisal profession! Join us for a celebratory happy hour at the conclusion of the day’s sessions. Take advantage of one-of-a-kind networking opportunities with ASA leadership, your peers and those just entering the profession. Happy hour will include hors d’oeuvres and 1 drink ticket.

5:30pm – 7:00pm | M.S. Rau Gallery Reception (Personal Property attendees)
Sponsored by Peter Held Art Appraisals & Associates

Personal Property attendees are invited to a special reception at the M.S. Rau Gallery. Founded in 1912, M.S. Rau stands as one of North America’s most respected fine art, antiques and jewelry galleries. This family-run business operates globally, discovering items around the world and placing them in international collections, both public and private alike. M.S. Rau specialists will be on hand for guided tours in their specialty areas. This is a rare opportunity to hear from fine art and antique experts from the leading New Orleans gallery. Enjoy light refreshments as you preview selected works from Claude Monet, John Singer Sargent, Rembrandt van Rijn, Tiffany & Co., Paul Revere, Thomas Chippendale, Louis Comfort Tiffany, René Lalique and many others.

Wednesday, October 4

9:00am – 5:00pm | Personal Property Post-Conference Tour (Personal Property attendees)
$125 per person

Join fellow Personal Property attendees for an exciting post-conference tour of New Orleans. The morning begins with a visit to the Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University, featuring a one-hour tour of their current exhibition. Next, we travel to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, where curator, Bradley Small, will conduct our tour of their collection. Lunch follows next-door to the museum at Carmo, a family-owned restaurant, where a delicious buffet with Southern cuisine will be served. Our next stop will take us to the Hermann-Grima House, allowing us to study the historical architecture and decorative arts of this special city. Lastly, our day will conclude with a two-hour tour of the Historic New Orleans Collection, with head curator, Lydia Blackmore, providing us with two separate tours. First, Lydia will first provide us with a show and tell of distinguished items in her museum's collection. Second, Lydia will conclude our tour by presenting items from her museum's distinguished Mardi Gras collection to provide insight for appraisers lucky enough to encounter these hand-crafted works in their professions.

Cost to participate is $125 per person which includes all entry fees, lunch and transportation. Due to space constraints this tour is currently limited to Personal Property attendees only.