October 19, 2020
In celebration of International Archaeology Day 2020, Project CLAY is pleased to present a video montage featuring archaeologists around the world, in hopes of inspiring kids around the world. We invite you to share this video with educators, colleagues, and through your social media outlets along with #ProjectCLAY and access3D.
Our Archaeology Day video highlights a range of specialties within the field from bio-medical research to pottery analysis to archaeological documentation and illustration. Notable participants include Cristina Bravo Asensio, co-director of the excavations at Torralba d’en Salort; Jayson Maurice Porter, historian and Fulbright-García Robles fellow; and Dave Wilder, Grammy-nominated songwriter and musician. This video is truly an interdisciplinary collaboration!
Project CLAY: Creative Learning through Archaeology is an educational outreach project co-directed by artist Kristin Donner and archaeologist Laura K. Harrison in partnership with ACCESS 3D Lab at the University of South Florida. Project CLAY uses art and digital media to inspire youth with the timeless stories of our human past.
Happy International Archaeology Day from Project CLAY!
Co-Director of Art and Educational Outreach Project CLAY: Creative Learning through Archaeology
Laura K. Harrison
Co-Director of Archaeology and Digital Media
Project CLAY: Creative Learning through Archaeology