TAS Archeological Academies
Texas Archeology Academy provides learning opportunities in archeology for those interested in more in-depth information on archeological goals and procedures.
**POSTPONED UNTIL A FUTURE DATE (TBD)**
On behalf of the Academy Committee and the Texas Archeological Society, we would like to inform you that we are postponing the Ceramics Academy and the Archeology 101 Academy until a date to be determined due to COVID-19 concerns. Our primary consideration is for the safety of our members and we apologize for any inconvenience.
If you are registered, please cancel your hotel reservations immediately and contact the Academies Committee at email@example.com if you have any questions or if you would like to be removed from the registration list. Registrants should have received an email with specifics regarding options for cancelling or holding delayed registrations.
Coordinator, TAS Academy Committee
2020 TAS Geoarcheology Academy
February 15-16, 2020
The Texas Archeological Society's 2020 Geoarcheology Academy is a two-day event that explores how geological and soil formation processes affect archeological sites, and how investigators use this information to reconstruct the human and natural histories of an area. The Academy will be held at Victoria College.
2020 TAS Ceramics Academy
The Texas Archeological Society's 2020 Ceramics Academy is a two-day event that provides a comprehensive background and understanding of prehistoric and historic ceramics from archeological sites. Expect a hands-on learning environment! The Academy will be held at Fort Concho.
2020 TAS ARCH 101 Academy
The Texas Archeological Society's 2020 Archeology 101 Academy is a three-day event that introduces the field of archeology and provides each participant with the tools to identify, assess, and record an archeological site. The Academy will be held at San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site.