Sponsored by The University of Texas at Austin
AIA Society Event: Central Texas (Austin)
Sunday, October 20, 2013 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
The University of Texas at Austin, Doty Fine Arts Building Room 2.204
23rd Street and Trinity Street
Austin, TX 78712–0340
The Archaeology Playdate is an annual event sponsored by the Central Texas society of the AIA and the Departments of Classics and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin. It provides a venue in which UT faculty and graduate students can present the results of their most recent research in an informal and conversational atmosphere. AIA members and the general public are welcome to attend.
Schedule of Presentations:
1 p.m.: Jackie DiBiasie (Classical Archaeology Ph.D. candidate): "Pompeiian Domestic Graffiti"
1:30: Ryan Baker (Classical Archaeology major, UT): "Bring In the Drones: Aerial Imaging and 3D Modeling at Archaeological Excavations."
2:00: Ben Crowther (Classical Archaeology grad student): "Navigating Public Space: Thresholds and Passage Architecture in Pompeii Region VIII."
2:30: Ivo van der Graaff (Lecturer, UT Department of Classics): "Religion and City Walls: Redefining Pompeian Identity."