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2nd OpenArch Exeter workshop

From Monday May 20 till Friday the 24th, at University of Exeter 10 participants met at the 2nd workshop organized within OpenArch project. The title of that workshop was "The life cycle of structures in experimental archaeology: an object biography approach"...

At the AAM in Baltimore

The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) is a large organization, supporting 21,000 museums, individuals and companies.
Mid May, the AAM held its annual conference, in Baltimore. More than 5,000 people, including over 460 from 50 different countries joined...

Archeon Conference successful

A few days with very fine spring weather marked the OpenArch conference in Archeon. Besides a lot of papers on the dialogue with visitors a special mention needs to be made for the workshop on how to handle food in archaeological open-air museums. In the shoulder of the Conference, EXARC held its Annual Meeting 2013 at Archeon...

Archeon (NL) nominated for the 2013 Children’s Museum Award

27 March 2013, we will know if Archeon received the 2013 Children’s Museum Award. Yhis award is an initiative by “Hands On!”, the Association of Children’s Museums and the International European Museum Academy which is a European Museum Expertise Foundation...

Full video of the OpenArch Conference in Sweden online

Late September 2013, OpenArchs Partner & EXARC member Fotevikens Museum (SE) hosted a conference on the Dialogue with the Visitors. This was under the umbrella of OpenArch, with cooperation from EXARC & IMTAL Europe...

Bronze Age Boat launched (UK)

Between 1937 and 1963 the remains of three Bronze Age vessels were discovered at North Ferriby on the Humber foreshore. Bronze Age sewn-plank boats are unique to England and Wales. The longest were 16 meters in length and made of oak...

Reached the 1,000 at LinkedIn experimental archaeology

LinkedIn is the world's largest professional network with 200 million members in 200 countries. November 2011, EXARC pumped life into the experimental archaeology group, following LinkedIn’s mission: to connect the world's professionals to make them more productive and successful...

All EuroREA online

The old Journal EuroREA is no longer available in hard copy (although we have a small stock left for those really interested). In seven years, we published an abundance of 128 articles (760 pages). In 2012 we started to make some of them available as HTML in our Journal, but it would take a long time to add them all. So we have now put all these articles in full online, in PDF...

Changes in the Management Team structure

The structure of the OpenArch Management Team has had some changes recently. Since December 18th 2012, Clara Masriera is no longer the Project Manager after developing this role since the beginning of OpenArch. Since January 1st 2013, Roeland Paardekooper will not carry out the role of Operational Manager...

Success for the 7th UK Conference on experimental archaeology

Early January saw the 7th UK Conference on Experimental Archaeology in Cardiff. With 20 speakers from over 6 countries, several demonstrations, lots of posters and an excursion to St Fagans it was a very successful edition. The over 100 participants came from academia, archaeological open-air museums, skills backgrounds or otherwise. EXARC took an active role in promoting...

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