Monthly Archives: December 2010

Cavity Packing: The gift that keeps on giving

Around the NMSC Archeology lab, I’ve earned the moniker of “The Artsy One”. My eclectic background involves a stint in school for Fashion, a mini-career of five years in costume crafts, a lifetime of interest in Art History, 2 years … Continue reading

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Spotlight on…Volunteers

Archeology is work. There’s never a lack of things to do, never a slow day. You won’t find anyone here wasting the day away playing Angry Birds or Solitaire. The NMSC archeology lab has a staff of 2 full-time and 2 part-time employees, … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life…Rehousing 101

Rehousing 101 Two weeks ago I promised you a post on rehousing. So here goes. Rehousing is exactly what it sounds like. Taking artifacts from their current, old housing, and putting them into new, sparkly clean, 100% archival housing. So, … Continue reading

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