Free Online Archaeological Presentations Aplenty
Many universities, museums, and archaeological organizations have been moving their events and presentations online and most of them are free for the taking. The following list provides an aspiring audience member with a wealth of virtual tours, lectures, and more. If you decide to take part in one, or have another source of online education not listed here, please drop us a note afterwards or leave a comment on this here blog to let us know how your experience was!
The American Rock Art Research Association (ARARA) - YouTube videos of past lectures to watch any time, and a slate of upcoming lectures
The Amerind Museum's Events and Programs - online tours, Zoom talks, and in-person options
The Archaeological Conservancy - virtual tours
The Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society - upcoming events and programs listed on their home page
The Arizona State Museum at the University of Arizona - virtual tours, YouTube videos
The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center - past and upcoming YouTube videos and webinars
The Indigenous Educational Institute - videotaped webinars addressing indigenous cultures the world over
The Mesa Prieta Petroglyph Project - in-person and online events including Mesa Talks, Chats with the Archaeologist
Old Pueblo Archaeological Center - live and online events, tours, and educational programs of all kinds
Preservation50 - Videos created for the public by archaeologists in 18 different states (so far!)
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