iArchaeology

Posted Aug 19 in Archaeology, cultural heritage management, VC&A

The search for the ultimate archaeological multi-tool, especially one that improves data collection, collation and generation, is an ongoing process. Ever since the late 1920s, when Gordon Childe attempted to record the Neolithic settlement of Skara Brae with a prototype Etch a Sketch, the utilisation of technological devices in the field of archaeology has progressed […]

Archaeology in the classroom

Posted Mar 20 in Aboriginal cultural heritage, about VC&A, Archaeology

The end of 2013 saw the end of yet another project in Western Victoria. Whilst completing excavations at an Aboriginal site in the hamlet of Trawalla, Ben and Kris from our office were invited to share their archaeological experiences with the local primary school students. The students were able to ask many questions relating to […]

Upcoming Victorian Archaeology Colloquium

Posted Jan 30 in Archaeology, Conferences and Papers, cultural heritage management, Victoria

The third annual Victorian Archaeology Colloquium will be held next week at La Trobe University, an event that is fast becoming an unmissable date in the calendar for anybody with an interest in archaeology in Victoria.  The colloquium provides a forum for consultants, academics, government agencies, Aboriginal groups and students to voice ideas and share […]

Archaeology at Hanging Rock

Posted Nov 27 in Archaeology

This week Dr Vincent Clark & Associates have had an exciting opportunity to conduct a small scale excavation at Hanging Rock reserve on behalf of Macedon Ranges Shire Council. Somewhat surprisingly there has never been any archaeological investigation conducted at the infamous Hanging Rock, and very little is known about the indigenous history of the […]