An update on English classes, guide training program development, and a second heritage protection workshop from Heritage Watch, a winner of the AIA’s Site Preservation Grant.
An update from Lindy Crewe about the AIA Site Preservation Grant awarded to Kissonerga, Cyprus.
An update from AIA Site Preservation Grant Winner, the Gault School of Archaeological Research (Texas), about a recent Teacher’s Workshop held at the Gault Site.
The site of Umm el-Jimal in Jordan will benefit from the AIA’s next Site Preservation Grant which will be used to ensure the long-term preservation through education and outreach.
An update from the AIA’s April 2010 Site Preservation Grant winner—the Gault School of Archaeological Research
English classes and heritage workshops have commenced at Banteay Chhmar, Cambodia
AIA Site Preservation Grant Kissonerga Summer 2010 Update
The audience at Tuesday evening’s Archaeological Institute of America presentation at Boston University confronted some stunning evidence of what the chairman of the AIA Site Preservation Committee, Paul Rissman, calls […]
The AIA announced today that the only known Classic Maya wooden structures, located in Paynes Creek National Park in Belize, will benefit from a $25,000 Site Preservation Grant.
In honor of World Heritage Day this weekend, the Archaeological Institute of America announced that its fifth Site Preservation Grant will be awarded to the Gault School of Archaeological Research in central Texas.
SPI, an initiative supported by the AIA, awarded $48,000 for artisanal and touristic development and preservation to a Moche site in Peru.
Northeast Cambodia—Paving the Way with More than Asphalt