Arkansas Archeology Month is an annual event designed to broaden the public’s interest and appreciation for Arkansas’s archeological resources and to encourage the public’s participation in conservation and preservation efforts. Archeology Month is cosponsored by the Arkansas Archeological Survey and the Arkansas Archeological Society and is made possible through the efforts of supporters throughout the state at parks, libraries, museums, and other agencies and organizations, providing a wide variety of programs, exhibits, hands-on activities, and tours. Please join this fun and educational event by submitting a program for Archeology Month.
The theme is Celebrate Archeology! Programs can be on any aspect of prehistoric or historic archeology, early Arkansas history, or Arkansas's Native Americans. Ideas from past years include illustrated talks, exhibits, book displays, craft demonstrations, open houses, and guided tours.
The deadline to get your event listed in the printed events brochure is Friday, January 10. Submissions received after this date will be placed on the Events List on the Arkansas Archeological Survey web site and added to the Survey’s Calendar.
Use this submission form or submit your program by email to mxj02@uark.edu, using the form as a guide for the required information.
Learn about past Archeology Month events through the links below...