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Author Archives: Hembo Pagi
Mitterkirchen is a former Celtic village set on the Danube. After significant finds between 1980 and 1990 an original Celtic village was built, showing how the Celts lived 2,700 years ago. Organized in cooperation with the Upper Austrian Regional Museum … Continue reading
3D Design students at Manchester School of Art are participating in CinBA project by exploring the role that the craft maker can play inarchaeological enquiry, both as practice-based researchers-investigators and as interpreters of meanings within handmade objects from the Bronze … Continue reading
Everyone has probably played the Chinese Whispers (know also as Broken Telephone) game where a sentence or phrase is whispered to the next player. We experiment with this game in completely different way. Start whispering with us!
‘Making the Bronze Age’: a review of the session held at the Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, University of Bristol, 17th – 19th November 2010.
More than 600 delegates assembled in the magnificent neo-gothic Wills Memorial building in Bristol where the majority of the 28 sessions took place. The session ‘Making the Bronze Age: craft and craftspeople 2500-800BC’ was held in the beautiful setting of … Continue reading
In mid december we hold the second two-day project meeting in Southampton. Several interesting papers were presented and interesting ideas discussed.
Workshop for the study project “Hallstatt – Textiles” with textile art students on October, 15th 2010 in Schloss Halbturn – Palace Halbturn. Read the report
CinBA textile researchers are holding a workshop on Friday 26th November 2010 at the Natural History Museum, Vienna. The event, in collaboration with Project Hall Impact (Natural History Museum Vienna), Project HallTex FWF (University of Applied Arts) and the EU-funded … Continue reading
The CinBA Project Team are offering selected HEIs and FEIs teaching contemporary craft subjects the opportunity to engage students in a live project exploring Bronze Age artefacts from the perspective of contemporary craft practice. Supported by the Crafts Council, this … Continue reading
Members of the CinBA project will run a session on Bronze Age Craft at the 32nd Annual Theoretical Archaeology Conference to be held in Bristol 17th-19th Dec 2010. The session is entitled “Making the Bronze Age: craft and craftspeople 2500-800BC”. … Continue reading
Members of CinBA participated in the HERA launch conference 23rd-24th June 2010. Jo Sofaer presented the CinBA project and delegates took the opportunity to meet with members of other HERA Creativity initiatives.