We invite you to join us at the presentation of the science popularization project Prehistoric Pottery: Interdisciplinary and experiment, which will be held on Thursday, March 28, 2019, at 12.30 in the premises (A-018) of the Department of Archaeology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. The programme will be presented by students.
Participation at the Night of Museums of 2019 in Museum of Brodsko Posavlje with workshops and demonstrations of weaving techniques.
Participation at 18th International Festival of Roman Times Sepomaia Viva in Umag.
The field part of the program has ended, more here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/centar-za-eksperimentalnu-arheologiju/plie_2018_prapovijesno-lon%C4%8Darstvo-interdisciplinarnost-i-eksperiment/1070348083116888/
Presentation of the science popularization program Prehistoric pottery: Interdisciplinarity and Experiment.
Participation at the conference BOJA U SUVREMENOSTI at the Technical Museum in Zagreb, with the lecture Colors of the Past - Contemporary Archaeological Perspective by Tena Karavidović.
Participation at the 17th International Festival of Roman Times Sepomaia Viva in Umag with the demonstration of weaving techniques.
Visit to Archaeological Museum in Zagreb with the lecture Experimental Archaeology (by Andreja Kudelić and Tena Karavidović).
Participation at the 10th edition of the Experimental Archeology Conference organized by EXARC, which was held in Leiden, Netherlands, in April. The Center participated with three presentations: Will We Ever Be Able to Reconstruct Prehistoric Pottery Production Processes? The Role of Experiments (paper, by Andreja Kudelić), Understanding the Archeological Record: Reconstructing a Warp-Weighted Loom (poster, by Tena Karavidović & Tajana Sekelj Ivančan) i Prehistoric Dances - Possibilities of Reconstruction (poster, by Ivana Turčin)
In January 2017, the Center for Experimental Archeology became a member of the European Association EXARC!
Archaeological research of Bjelovar-Bilogora County and its surroundings.
Participation at the professional conference organized by the City Museum of Split and the Split Tourist Board as a part of the manifestation Days of Diocletian with the lecture Reconstruction of the past - application of systematic experiments in archaeology (by Andreja Kudelić and Tena Karavidović)
Participation at the 16th International Festival of Roman Times Sepomaia Viva in Umag with the demonstration of weaving techniques.
Participation at the manifestation Spring at Andautonia with the demonstration of working with the loom.
Presentation of the project Etymology, Legends and Mythical Beings of Kalnik Region (by Lidija Bajuk, Andreja Kudelić and Ivana Turčin), and reading of one of Kalnik fairytales.
Visit to Archaeological Museum in Zagreb on the occasion of the International Dance Day with the lecture Archaeology of Dance (by Ivana Turčin).
Popular lecture titled Experimental Archaeology – Experimenting with the Past (by Andreja Kudelić).
As a part of the Forgotten Movement project, every Monday in dance studio VEM dance rehearsals are taking place. The choreographies are a part of an educational dance performance that will try to present a vision of dances from several selected prehistoric periods
Every Friday since autumn of 2013, we meet in the archeology department practice room and test the methods and techniques for making pottery vessels (testing of various methods of vessel making, surface treatment, decoration, etc.).
The workshop titled Through Experimental Archeology to Ceramic Vessels Production Technology in Prehistory has been formed in collaboration with the Department of Archeology of the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb and the Institute for Archeology, and includes series of lectures and practical workshops, whose direct users are the students of the Department of Archeology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb.
The workshop is led by Andreja Kudelić and dr.sc. Ina Miloglav, and Silvio Stanković and Maša Biruš Vuković often join us.
Lecture and projection of the film Eci peci peć.
Premiere projection of the documentary Eci peci peć, produced by Center for Experimental Archaeology and the Institute of Archaeology.