On April 8 the AIA-Milwaukee Society organized a field trip to two museums in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Read about the Richmond, VA, Society’s Outreach Grant program, “Diggin’ RVA: Engaging Richmond with Archaeology.”
On Saturday, April 8, 2017 the AIA-Milwaukee Society is organizing the first-ever gathering of neighboring AIA local societies from the Midwest.
On Tuesday, January 24, the AIA-Rockford Society celebrated their 50th lecture season with cake.
The AIA-Milwaukee IAD event showcased that in ancient times, just like in modern times, different fashions and ways of dressing could say a lot about a person and their culture.
The AIA-Stanford Society and the Stanford Persian Student Association premiered the documentary and book release, “5000 Years of Iranian Engineering”.
International Archaeology Day in Ottawa included an Archaeology Fair for school age children, reflections from field school, and a lecture by Professor Thomas Chondros.
The AIA-Riverside Society & Riverside County Parks celebrated IAD with 28 exhibitors from academic, government, and private organizations.
The AIA-Spokane Society brought Roman reenactors to Spokane as part of the “Roman Myth and Mythmaking” exhibition.
AIA-Orange County Society, American Research Center in Egypt-Orange County Chapter, and the Bowers Museum collaborated for an International Archaeology Day event.