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).
Education, teaching & training
I'm Anton van den Heuvel (1954), I started learning ancient skills at the end of the eighties at the prehistoric village of Eindhoven. I have worked very closely with Hans Horreus de Haas, he was very inspirational to me.
Hello! I am a Masters student in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture at University College Dublin studying lithics and atlatl spear-thrower technology.
My grandmother took me to Archeon when I was a small child, from that moment on I was interested in everything having to do with sustainable living inspired by prehistory. Right now, I am a prehistory guide in Archeon.
Since 2013, I have studied archaeology, applied psychology and administrative management at the Renmin University of China, and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree and Bachelor of Management degree.
I am the Curator of Archaeology at the University of Tennessee's (UT) McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture. I am also the director of UT's Laboratory of Environmental Archaeology, which provides research services and equipment in geoarchaeology.
PhD student Helsinki university working on ancient plaster from the Near East. As part of my PhD, I am planning to set up a kiln burning project of limestone.
I am a PhD student at the University of South Florida where I am currently engaging in textiles and dress from a digital archaeology perspective. Tools being utilized include digital photogrammetry and structured light scanning.