Life of an Artifact: From Dirt to Cabinet

Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Online, Zoom and Facebook

History Nebraska is excited to work with Morrill Hall and its monthly Science Café program to you in a virtual format!

Artifacts tell us a great deal about the history of people from the past. But what happens after an artifact is excavated? Join us for a special virtual event to celebrate Nebraska Archeology Month and discover the post-excavation history of local artifacts. History Nebraska Archeologist Nolan Johnson and University of Nebraska State Museum Anthropology Collection Assistant Katelyn Trammell will discuss the path of archeological material including the interpretation, research, care, and display of objects.

We will be broadcasting this program via Zoom and Facebook Live, so there are multiple ways to watch! To connect via Zoom, please register here for this FREE program, as space is limited. A connection link will be provided to you via email prior to the program. To join on Facebook Live, visit the UNSM Facebook page just after 7 pm to watch.

This presentation would be best enjoyed by ages 15+. 



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