Join us to hear from the foremost archaeological experts on the latest finds and ground-breaking research at the next Current Archaeology Live!, with sessions taking place on 26-27 February (Friday/Saturday). Tickets are now on sale below, and also include entry to the evening reception on the Friday night where we pay tribute to this year’s star people, publications, and projects, and announce the winners of the 2016 Current Archaeology Awards, as voted for by you. The nominees for each award category will be announced in issue 310 of Current Archaeology, on sale 3rd December, and voting will then open on www.archaeology.co.uk/vote.
This year also sees the return of the Current World Archaeology Photo of the Year competition – our international sister-magazine wants to see your images of archaeological sites and artefacts abroad. Send up to five high-resolution entries to email@example.com by 1 February 2016, with details of what they show. The winner and three runners-up will be displayed at the conference, on www.world-archaeology.com, and printed in the April/May issue of CWA. For further details and information about how to enter click here.
More details about the conference, including the timetable, sessions, and speakers, will be announced here soon. In the meantime, why not watch the video of the previous CA Live! conference below, and get a flavour of what to expect? You can also find details about the previous speakers, award winners, and all the nominees by clicking here.
Conference tickets are now on sale, with early bird prices of £85 for subscribers and £135 for non-subscribers available until 15 January. Order online using the links below, or call us on 020 8819 5580 and quote code CONF16MC.
Neil Faulkner, Contributing Editor of Current Archaeology and Editor of Military History Monthly, guides us through a snapshot of the Current Archaeology Live! 2015 conference, which was held in February at Senate House, London.
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