Workshop Training Series 2018
We are currently putting together our 2018 schedule, to run from January to April. See our Autumn newsletter for full details.
Workshop Training Series 2017
Led by Jane Russell, this course provided the basic conventions that are recognised in archaeological illustration necessary for producing images in publications, whether you ink up the final drawings, or use computer programmes. Delegates looked at whole pots, sherds, decorated and plain pottery, and decided on the best way to give the maximum information to the reader.
Led by Jane Russell, the day helped those who wish to prepare lithic illustrations for publication and those who just enjoy drawing flint tools. In the class delegates drew the tools accurately in pencil in preparation for later inking up by pen, or by computer programmes, highlighting the ripples and ridges of the lithic tools, and producing a three-dimensional impression.
Pottery Workshop Series 2016
This winter sees the first of the CBA-SE’s new annual training day series, which for 2016 will focus on ceramic identification and interpretation. Run by local experts of various periods, including Louise Rayner, Jacqui Pearce and Luke Barber, the sessions will include a general introduction to ceramics analysis, followed by four period-based workshops (Prehistoric, Roman, Medieval, Post-Medieval), which will vary in location across the south-east.
Introductory – Jonathan Dicks (Uni of Southampton) – Northchapel Village Hall, Petworth – Sat January 30th (10:00-16:00)
Prehistory – Barbara McNee (Uni of Southampton) – Northchapel Village Hall, Petworth – Sat February 6th (10:00-16:00)
Roman – Louise Rayner (Archaeology South-East) – Leatherhead Institute, Leatherhead – Sat March 12th (10:00-16:00) ***fully booked***
Medieval – Jacqui Pearce (MOLA) – Leatherhead Institute, Leatherhead – Sat April 23rd (10:00-16:00) ***fully booked***