On May 9, the AIA held a summit meeting to discuss new directions for the AIA and archaeology in K-12 Education.
Last weekend, the AIA participated in Family Science Days at Hynes Convention Center in Boston.
This year’s contest featured eight projects doing outreach alongside excavation in Bulgaria, Cambodia, Egypt, India, Macedonia, New York, North Carolina, and Pakistan.
The 13th Annual Archaeology Fair, held at the Burke Museum, helped bring archaeology to hundreds of Seattle-area residents.
A news source in Washington State is promoting the upcoming 13th Annual AIA Archaeology Fair.
Our two-day Archaeology Fair at the Museum of Science allowed thousands of Boston-area residents to experience the wonder of archaeological discovery.
For the third year in a row the AIA-Milwaukee Society teamed up with the Milwaukee Public Museum to present the Milwaukee Archaeology Fair to a crowd of ca. 2000 children, teachers, scout leaders, and families over two days.
This week on Achill Island was spent training on AutoCad on rainy days and cleaning up trenches for photography and drawings.
Find out which groups have been added as International Archaeology Day Collaborating Organizations today.
In advance of the 2015 Working Conference for Educators, the AIA is soliciting one-page descriptions of existing archaeological outreach and education programs.