We are the special interest group for all aspects of visualisation within the heritage sector.
Join the Group
Whether your specialism lies in illustration, survey, photography, geospatial analysis, reconstruction art or any other form of imaging and visualisation, we represent your area of specialism to the CIfA.
CIfA members may join the group for free. Non-members need to pay an annual £10 fee
You can contact the group on groups [at] archaeologists.net
At the Graphic Archaeology Group website you will find resources and publications, examples of work and our newsletters. Members of MCIfA grade are invited to submit work to our gallery. Email contact [at] gag-cifa.org to request submission.
We also have a Facebook page where you can converse with fellow members.
Hannah Kennedy (Chair)
Amy Wright (Secretary)
Ellie Winter (Treasurer & GAG Website Administrator)
Sarah Lambert-Gates (Ordinary Committee Member)
Mark Hoyle (Ordinary Committee Member)
Mikko Kriek (Ordinary Committee Member)
Leanne Gerriety (Ordinary Committee Member)
Aisling Hunt (Ordinary Committee Member)
Specialist competence matrix
This is to assist applicants and the Validation committee to see where you demonstrate the grade applied for when working within graphics and/or illustration.
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.
For information about upcoming events, please visit our event calendar.
Mithraeum visit and AGM, Saturday 10 August at 12pm followed by the free visit.
Digital exhibition at CIfA2019
AGM - Held at the CIfA2018 on Thursday 26 April at Brighton Racecourse
Current issues in the Graphics archaeology profession - CIfA Graphics group workshop flier - Current issues in the Graphics archaeology profession
Brief for Commissioning an Illustrator for the CBA Home Front Legacy 1914-18 project
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