This series has come to an end now and there will be a plenery discussion in September.
The Archives Group have organised a series of regional workshops designed to promote good practice in working with archaeological archives, to provide hands-on experience and encourage participants to engage with archive issues by considering new perspectives.
It was intended that a mixed group of archaeologists from all areas of the discipline, including planning archaeologists, contractors, museum curators, specialists and consultants will share experiences, issues and viewpoints so that everyone develops a greater awareness of the problems and possible solutions around archiving archaeological material.
A hands-on practical session with archive materials will require participants to form into groups that will compile an archive in readiness for deposition, check an archive prior to deposition or search a digital archive to answer a specific set of queries.
The afternoon session will set a series of questions to different groups, who will then share their deliberations and conclusions in a final discussion.
There will also be an opportunity to discuss specific issues that participants wish to raise from their personal experience.
The cost of the workshop is £10 for IfA members and £16 for non members. This can be paid by cash or cheque on the day or we can send you a Paypal request or Invoice.
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Dates and locations
Workshops have been successful at Hertford, Chester, Bath, Plymouth, York, Leicester, Fishbourne, Bury St Edmunds, Worcester, Scotland, Durham, and two in Wales at Aberdulais Falls, Neath and Blaenau Ffestiniog and Reading.