Events

Check out some of the great stuff the TAS is involved with this year:

Featured Event

Technology in Archeology

April 29, 2017 to April 30, 2017

Another new TAS Academy for 2017, we are very excited to offer for the first time Technology in Archeology in Fredericksburg! Participants will be introduced to exciting methods such as Structure from Motion (SfM) photogrammetry, geophysical survey methods, aerial drone recordation, and 3D scanning are also planned topics. This course will introduce these technologies in an archeological application within a state of the art classroom setting at the Hill Country University Center. Outdoor activities will include SfM, geophysical survey, and drone recordation at the nearby Fort Martin Scott.

Upcoming Events

Technology in Archeology

April 29, 2017 to April 30, 2017

Another new TAS Academy for 2017, we are very excited to offer for the first time Technology in Archeology in Fredericksburg! Participants will be introduced to exciting methods such as Structure from Motion (SfM) photogrammetry, geophysical survey methods, aerial drone recordation, and 3D scanning are also planned topics. This course will introduce these technologies in an archeological application within a state of the art classroom setting at the Hill Country University Center. Outdoor activities will include SfM, geophysical survey, and drone recordation at the nearby Fort Martin Scott.

2017 TAS Field School

June 10, 2017 to June 17, 2017

This year, the Texas Archeological Society (TAS) invites members to attend the annual summer Field School at Mission San Lorenzo de la Cruz in beautiful Real County. The primary Field School excavation area will at the Spanish Mission in Camp Wood on Texas State Highway 55, 35 miles north of Uvalde. Barksdale and the TAS campground are only three miles north the mission. The dates for the 2017 Field School will be June 10-17. We hope for a really big turn out this year!