With the polls closing tomorrow, there’s only a few hours left to vote for us in the 2023 Current Archaeology Awards.
Orkney Islands Council is looking to engage with students – recent movers to Orkney and those looking to move – to find out more about their housing needs.
The latest issue of Celebrating Archaeology in Scotland magazine is now available to download.
The thrill of never quite knowing what great archaeological find may quite literally be unearthed next is certainly going to be missed by Julie Gibson, who retired as Orkney’s county archaeologist at the end of 2022.
Our book ‘Landscapes Revealed’ has been nominated for Book of the Year in the Current Archaeology Awards.
The Uist Virtual Archaeology Project has been shortlisted for two awards in the 2022 Archaeological Achievement Awards.
A team from the University of the Highlands and Islands, led by the UHI Archaeology Institute’s Dan Lee, have been working with Cateran Ecomuseum to complete a Cultural Heritage Assessment for this “museum without walls”.
The University of Aberdeen is hosting a two-day conference next week in memory of the late Caroline Wickham-Jones.
The Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology (ORCA) is looking for a senior project officer to join its busy team at Orkney College UHI.
Orkney Islands Council’s annual archaeological grant has re-opened for applications, with a deadline of November 30, 2022.
Professor Ingrid Mainland is pictured presenting Adam Markham with this year’s prize for best performance in postgraduate archaeology.
Orkney MSP Liam McArthur has lodged a motion in the Scottish Parliament welcoming the successful completion of another excavation season at the Ness of Brodgar.
The UHI Archaeology Institute is looking for a permanent, full-time admin assistant.
News just in of two new books by our friend Mark Edmonds, Visiting Professor at the UHI Archaeology Institute and Research Coordinator at the Ness of Brodgar.
The new 2022 Orkney Archaeology Society annual review is now available.
If you are interested in Orkney’s incredible archaeology, then Orkney Islands Council has the job for you! The local authority is looking for a new county archaeologist to take over when Julie Gibson, who has been in the post for over two decades, retires later this year.