EXARC Conferences, Meetings and Workshops

The virtual world is very important for EXARC, but nothing beats meeting other members in person - people with similar professional interests and backgrounds. EXARC regularly organises conferences offering a platform from which to present yourself and your activities / research, but also a place for more informal exchanges of experience. Those conferences and meetings are open for both members and non members. Besides our own conferences, EXARC often co-hosts conferences or sessions in many different countries.



#FinallyFriday is there at last!

Till further notice the shows will be prerecorded without public present, and aired once a month.

We are happy to present a monthly online session hosted by Matilda Siebrecht and Phoebe Baker. Matilda pairs archaeology and journalism with a healthy curiosity into the past, crafts, experiments and much more. Phoebe is a keen archaeologist and works hard to use her enthusiasm and joy for the subject to bring the magic of the past to as many people as possible.

#FinallyFriday is all free of charge and open access for both EXARC members and non-members alike. We bring together two EXARC members with overlapping interests which they discuss from different perspectives.

See you then, a great way to start the weekend!


March 2023: Retold Meeting at ASTRA Museum (RO)

The second meeting of the RETOLD project will take place in Sibiu, Romania. Most of the meeting is not open to outsiders. The project entered its third and semi-final year and we will take stock of progress in developing our tools for documenting, digitising and sharing of the information and stories of our museums..

2023 May: 13th Experimental Archaeology Conference #EAC13, Torun, Poland


Organised by: EXARC & Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń (PL)

Integrating the Archaeological Experiment into a Multidisciplinary Science and its Popularisation
Scientific observations conducted by the outstanding Toruń citizen Nicolaus Copernicus led to the breaking of dogmas and solving one of the greatest mysteries in the history of humankind; namely, they answered the question about the actual position of our planet in the solar system. We adhere to this scientific approach in the city of Copernicus also today, seeing our archaeological experiments as an essential and integral part of multi-faceted studies on human prehistory and history...