One of the winners of the EXARC Experimental Archaeology Award is Dr Timothy Baumann. They presented a poster on the first stages of their experimental bean residue study at the University of Tennessee’s McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture for the annual Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology (CRITA) meeting in Nashville, Tennessee on January 28th, 2023.
We are in the midst of a large project, where a dozen specialists from all directions are putting life into Stone Age houses. Who are they? We interviewed a large part of this team, coordinated by Leiden University and asked them about themselves and their role in the project. The group includes of course archaeologists of all types, but also a museum director, an artist, and several other professionals. Who can you spot? They talk about their favourite task in the project and of course the famous question about what they want to get out of the project in the end?
Putting Life into Late Neolithic Houses is funded by the Dutch Research Council NWO (AIB.19.020).
Back at the start of 2022, Nalbinding Master Craftsman, Early Medievalist and EXARC Member Emma Boast MA, applied to enter the Internationally renowned 'Luxembourg Art Prize'. The Luxembourg Art Prize is an annual international artistic prize organised by the Pinacothèque, a private museum located in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Every year the Prize aims to discover talents, amateur or professional, regardless of age and nationality.