This Special Interest Group focus' on issues relating to standards, training and employment for those working in archaeological illustration and survey. This group was formerly called AAI&S.
Membership of the Group is open to anybody working in the various disciplines producing archaeological graphics in the broadest sense. CIfA members may join the group for free, while non-members are asked to pay a £10.00 fee to cover mailing costs. Please contact the CIfA office at email@example.com
We are pleased to announce the launch of the re-branded GAG website that can be found at this address www.gag-cifa.org/
As you can see, the site has been given a more contemporary look and feel. Most importantly, the gallery allows for the display of larger images.
If you are interested in displaying your own images within the gallery we would like to receive them, but you must be a MCIfA grade member. Please email contact [at] gag-cifa.org with a note of interest and we will send you the requirements. You will then be invited to a link on Dropbox, where you may upload up to 12 gallery images and a text document about yourself.
We look forward to receiving your notes of interest!
If you would like to display your images, but are not MCIfA grade, please do consider applying to upgrade. Further information about this can be found at www.archaeologists.net/join/individual
Lesley Collett (Chair)
Ellie Winter (Secretary)
Sarah Lambert-Gates (Treasurer)
Hannah Kennedy (Advisory Council rep & Newsletter editor)
Tom Small (GAG website admin)
We have recently introduced specialist competence matrices, which have been compiled by our CIfA special interest groups and are tailored to their specific areas. These are to assist applicants and the Validation committee to see where you demonstrate the grade applied for.
For details of GAG and other publications please click here
If you are a member you can download some of these using the link at the top of the page.
More coming soon!
Current issues in the Graphics archaeology profession - CIfA Graphics group workshop flier - Current issues in the Graphics archaeology profession
The Council for British Archaeology Home Front Legacy Project www.homefrontlegacy.org.uk is working in partnership with Historic England to develop teaching resources for schools. These resources will enable schools to further their interest and promote their participation and engagement in mapping and recording the history of their local area, in the First World War. You can find out more information about this opportunity here