Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

IAD in Samara

October 17, 2020 - October 19, 2020

INTERNATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGY DAY as new trans-cultural practice and creative resource for development and reconciliation: linking the times and rapprochement of cultures

Author and General Program Leader:
Prof., Dr. Vladimir Ionesov
Director, International School for Advanced Research in Cultural Studies, Head, Department of Theory and History of Culture, Samara State Institute of Culture

Project Coordinator:
Dr. Natalia Salugina
Associate Professor, Department of Theory and History of Culture,
Samara State Institute of Culture

Day 1. Welcome IAD in Samara!

Meet International Archaeology Day in multi-various programs, projects, exhibitions, art-performative experience, trainings, seminars and presentations on all over the world: Archaeology Changing World to Better.  

Project-Presentations: “Archaeology as Art Design and Public Representation of Urban Landscape” and “How archaeology through the visual art-projecting is changing public perceptions about the meanings and values associated with material culture”.

Day 2. Archaeology as The Creative Experience and New Prospects of Managing Heritage with seminars and master-classes:

  • “Archaeology in Patterns of Craft-creativity, Folk Art and Public Memory”
  • “The Archaeology as Peace-building”.

Day 3. The Archaeology Linking the World Through the Dialogue of Traditions and Multicultural Creativity.

  • Seminar: “Heritage in Time of Pandemic Challenges: Archaeology as Cultural Therapy and Social Rehabilitation”.
  • Training courses with Exhibition «How Archaeology Can Inspire the People for Creativity and Change Urban Social Landscapes Through the Revival and New Aesthetic of Material Culture”.
When placing events on your calendar using these buttons, please check that time zone displays correctly.


October 17, 2020
October 19, 2020
Event Category:


Vladimir Ionesov


In-person or Virtual Event
Subscribe to the AIA e-Update

support Us

The AIA is North America's largest and oldest nonprofit organization dedicated to archaeology. The Institute advances awareness, education, fieldwork, preservation, publication, and research of archaeological sites and cultural heritage throughout the world. Your contribution makes a difference.