The AAIA is very pleased to announce that its 2022 Athens Contemporary Creative Residency has been awarded to Anna Fairbank. Anna is a Melbourne-based artist whose practice focuses on the intersection of art, architecture and the environment.
This podcast explores the ways in which the Covid-19 pandemic and other factors have disrupted archaeological fieldwork.
The AAIA’s Brett Myers recently presented his research into ancient South Italian hillforts at the 2021 European Association of Archaeologists conference.
From 27-29 August the AAIA Athens Office hosted the inaugural face to face meeting for the Erasmus+ Project: Finds Stories: Addressing Mobility through Object and People Biographies took place in Athens, hosted by The Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens (AAIA).
The Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens Contemporary Creative Program celebrates World Photography Day 2021 by introducing an exciting new body of lens-based works created by our 2019 Contemporary Creative Resident, Dr. Sary Zananiri.
AWAWS is starting a new online reading group! The group is open to all members and is free to join. Our first meeting is on Wednesday 25th August at 5:30pm (AEST).
A new online workshop offers ancient world scholars at all career levels tools and resources to make their teaching more accessible, filling a vital gap in professional development.
On International Day of the Midwife, AAIA Volunteer, Katherine King, examines the options available to women in ancient Greece
This Star Wars Day, AAIA Volunteer, Daniela Pizarro delves into the ancient inspirations underpinning The Force
For archaeologists, ceramics provide a wealth of information. Practically indestructible fragments of ancient pottery and terracotta can reveal the technical capacities and social practices of past peoples through petrographical analyses. This involves taking extremely thin sections of the material, a challenging, but vital skill.