Events 2021

Here you can find Information about the various events that are planned by the six member states

We have organized a great program for you, for 2021, but because of the continued COVID-19 restrictions, many of the events and their dates remain tentative, and we will share all of our updates with you, as soon as they are available. But take a look at our Calendar, to get an idea of all the fun things that we are actually planning. The events listed in the “Calendar” are confirmed as shown, with a fixed place and date. The many other events that we have planned are soon listed under “Announcements,” because they do not have a set place and time, yet.

Because of the changing situation with COVID-19, we advise you to check all dates with the event organizers ahead of time. You can contact them for more information and status updates via their provided information.

Calendar

Thursday, 2023-02-09

International conference 'Soaked archaeological wood. Diagnosis, first intervention and conservation'.

9th February 2023 Milan, Sala delle Colonne OF THE SOPRINTENDENCE ABAP-CO-LC (via de Amicis 11, Milano)
10 February 2023 Desenzano del Garda (BS), Museo Civico Archeologico “G. RAMBOTTI” Gavardo (BS), Museo Archeologico della Valle Sabbia

Thursday, 2022-11-24

Conference: Archaeological heritage in a changing climate : understanding, preserving and promoting remains in wetland, underwater and in glacial environments.

Tuesday, 2022-04-26

Exhibition: Les palafittes alpins - un patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO

With this photographic exhibition, the Musée-Château d'Annecy celebrates the 10th anniversary of the inscription of the prehistoric pile dwellings around the Alps on the Unesco World Heritage List and at the same time the presidency by France of the international working group in 2021-2022.

Thirteen very large format photos hung in the courtyard allow you to discover the emblematic sites of France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Slovenia. Aerial and underwater views, photos of archaeological excavations and lake landscapes present unprecedented images of the Alpine palaeoliths, the richness of which you can then discover in the permanent archaeology exhibition rooms.