KAM & Law 2023

Kentucky Archaeology Month
The new poster is the 2023 Kentucky Archaeology Month poster, prepared by the Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists. This year, it focuses on the local plants domesticated by Kentucky’s ancient Native peoples.

Copies of the newly reprinted/revised Kentucky Before Boone poster also will be available. The one-color poster is free; the full color poster costs $10.00.

Living Archaeology Weekend
It’s time! The 35th annual Living Archaeology Weekend event is right around the corner: Friday and Saturday September 15-16, 2023 at the Gladie Center in the Red River Gorge.

The Saturday, September 16th event is open to the general public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free. Concessions will be available for purchase from the American Veterans Post 67 from Clay City.

On Friday, September 15, demonstrations are for preregistered school groups only.

For more information, go to livingarchaeologyweekend.org

Kentucky Before Boone Posters

Posters are now available to order online! Please see the below page for more information.

Order here!

Kentucky Archaeology Month Poster

September will soon be upon us, and with it Kentucky Archaeology Month. We’re happy to reveal our poster for this year. this will be printed soon and distributed to schools, libraries, and other places throughout Kentucky. This year we chose to focus on the Paleoindian Period. Those interested in obtaining one can email [email protected]

We’re starting to add events to our calendar as well, so if you have a related event you think should be included, please let us know.

KAM Poster Contest

Kentucky Organization of Professional Archaeologists and the Kentucky Archaeology Month Steering Committee Invite Artists and Graphic Designers to Enter a Poster Contest for The Paleoindian Period in Kentucky

Winning artwork and design will be used as the official poster for the sixth annual Kentucky Archaeology Month “Celebrating Kentucky Archaeology” program. Calling all artists and graphic designers to submit poster designs that reflect their interpretation of Kentucky’s rich heritage. The KAM steering committee will select three finalists from the designs submitted. Finalists will be e-mailed to the KyOPA membership and the winner will be selected by a membership vote.

The official Kentucky Archaeology Month poster will be distributed to the Governor’s office, members of Kentucky House, Kentucky Senate, as well as Kentucky libraries, schools, and various parks within the state.

Entries are due by June 30th, 2019.