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Food and cooking in the Bronze age

News from EXARC's long time member in Ledro, Italy, Museo delle Palafitte del Lago di Ledro. One of their educators, Manuela Pernter, is graduating at Trento university, under the supervision of professor Annaluisa Pedrotti. The matter of her work is food and cooking in the Bronze age...

Megalithic Routes elects new Board

The Association Megalithic Routes is quite young, but has members in six countries. The group intends to make new routes along megalithic monuments and advertise these. Soon there will be no white spots on the map! February 26, the members of the association Megalithic Routes elected a new Chair and a new Treasurer. Both of them are partner in OpenArch...

2013 PR Book "Communication Strategy" available online

Based on our experience in PR for Archaeological Open-Air Museums in 2013 we wrote a manual on Communication and PR. It includes Strategies for Archaeological Open-Air Museums.

From March 1, 2015 it is available online.

New Iron Age house reconstructed in Spain

The Museo y Yacimiento Arqueológicos de las Eretas is situated in Navarra, Spain. Their goal is the dissemination about the Iron Age in Navarra. Archaeologist Mr. Javier Armendáriz, and arts technicia Mr. Fermín Ilundain worked hard with the archaeological remains found in the original site and other remains from different archaeological sites in...

Prof. Schindler's amazing keynote speech on "Soul Authorship"

You might like to know that Prof Bill Schindler's fascinating and inspiring keynote address on "Soul Authorship: experimental archaeology, and the value of authentic learning experiences in Higher Education pedagogy", presented at the 9th Experimental Archaeology Conference (EAC9) hosted by the UCD School of Archaeology at University College Dublin...

First online issue of the EXARC Journal 2015 published

The EXARC Journal consists of  Mixed Matters articles, which are open access. The other articles are peer-reviewed and for members only. They will become open access 2 years after the publishing date. In the 2015-1 you can find 8 articles divided over two sections. 5 articles are open access (Mixed Matters), others are for EXARC Members only. To view 2015-1 click here. Since 15th February 2015 the 2013-1 Issue of EXARC Journal is Open Access.

Printing a poster and new members' cards

With EXARC growing we need to update a few products. We have created A1 poster which can be easily demonstrated at different conferences. We have just printed a few, but in case there are members who would like to have one (at least 25) we will reprint them...

Voluntary work placements in Scotland

The Scottish Crannog Centre provides voluntary work placements for students and demonstrators wishing to learn more about public archaeology in a museum environment. This year we are focusing on practitioners of experimental archaeology in the subjects of...

Workshops on basketry and flint at Exeter University

We would like to inform you about the two workshops this term at Exeter University on basketry (rush willow and other materials) and flintknapping. It is meant for OpenArch Partners.

Eindhoven museum is adding a 'new' era ...

At Eindhoven Museum you experience the history from the beginning to E(i)ndhoven. At the moment however the story starts about 30,000 years too late. The history in the heritage park starts at the Iron age (about 2500 years ago), while there is evidence that there were already people in the Kempen about 35,000 years ago. To relive the history as complete as possible, Eindhoven Museum is adding a new era to their grounds, the Stone age...

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