I focus on the function of the prehistoric lithic and bone/antler objects, as well as early farming, and cultivation and processing of plants in the Stone Age.
I have done historic textile demonstrations since 2001. These range from pre-history through industrialization. I have worked in living history since 2015 doing a variety of historic skills including textiles, draft power, farming, and other historic handcrafts.
I am a retired veterinary pathologist with a long-standing interest in sustainable technology and historic agriculture. I have 30 years experience interpreting farming to the public (the picture is from the 1990s).
I am an independent artist working directly with the public, using the traditional trade of silhouettes. I interpret and demonstrate the role of portraiture, and society experiences with portraits, chiefly between 1700-1920 (Modern Era).
Hi! My name is Stephanie Vesseur, working in living history since 1999. Sustainability, prehistoric plants and experimental archeology are my main interests. I do love to work with wool, hides, and fibres.
Hello! My interest in archaeological reseaerch has always been directed towards the study of the eating behaviours of past communities and aims to better understand their social and cultural dynamics.
My research combines Modernist art history and theory to evaluate the effects of prehistory on 20th Century ideas about animals and utopia, and to mourn the Sixth Mass Extinction as an unnatural cataclysm.