On March 5 and 6, 2010, the Milwaukee Society, in partnership with the Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM), became the first AIA Local Society to organize and host an Archaeology Fair.
For two days archaeology was the main attraction at this beautiful beach-side venue and the Fair was a huge hit with local school groups and families.
Archaeology was in the crisp, Boston air as the Archaeological Institute of America and the Boston Museum of Science hosted the 3rd Annual Archaeology Fair October 16-17, 2009.
The 9th Annual Archaeology Fair--held at the AIA-APA Joint Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, on January 10, 2009--was a huge success!
Professional archaeologists from throughout the United States were present to engage educators and families in the art, science, history, and culture of the human past, as discovered through hands-on activities and demonstrations.
October was an extremely busy month for the AIA's Education and Outreach Department, which organized, hosted, and presented a series of events for Massachusetts Archaeology Month as well as a teachers' workshop in Rhode Island.
The Archaeological Institute of America's seventh annual Digging into Archaeology: A Hands-on Family Fair was a resounding success, drawing a crowd of 400 parents and children.
The 2004 Teachers' Workshops were held at the Hilton Hotel on Saturday January 3, 2004 in conjunction with the annual meetings of the Archaeological Institute of America in San Francisco.
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.