Heritage, Conservation & Archaeology
Heritage, Conservation & Archaeology is a series of articles designed to give experts across the many disciplines related to site preservation an opportunity to share their experiences and generate discussion among professionals.
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Staff members from the Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University discuss how implementing a well designed artifact database greatly increases accessibility to the museum's collections.
AIA Site Preservation Committee member Frank G. Matero discusses designing history and the conscious production of place at the former home of Benjamin Franklin.
Thomas Roby, Senior Project Specialist at the Getty Conservation Institute and an AIA Site Preservation Committee member writes about challenges in mosaic conservation.
When dealing with archaeological sites one is often confronted with the preservation of surviving fabric that was designed and built for indoor spaces (mosaics, mural paintings, etc.) and that can hardly be presented in an open environment.
An introduction to heritage, conservation, and archaeology
Read the Program's 2013 Annual Report to learn about its many activities this past year.
An update on the artifact conservation from the Queen Anne's Revenge Shipwreck
This latest Site Preservation Grant will protect and promote a historic cemetery on Long Island.