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Archaeology and contemporary art: A Hidden Landscape, by Paul Musgrove

New Exhibition at Ryedale Folk Museum  A Hidden Landscape, by Paul Musgrove (7th June – 20th July 2014)   The Ryedale Folk Museum, situated just outside Kirkbymoorside, on the edge of the North York Moors is a little gem of … Continue reading

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3Di or 3D Imaging from Free Range Photography

Over the past 4 years the LRC has undertaken a series of experiments designed to evaluate the potential for digital photogrammetery to enhance the  archaeological record from archaeological excavations. More recently a spell as Field Archaeologist in Residence in the … Continue reading

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Archaeology in the Landscape

We are delighted to continue our collaboration with print-maker Paul Musgrove, which began with the creation of a series of etchings and Japanese woodblock prints derived from the results of LRC excavations, geophysical and aerial surveys in the Vale of Pickering and exhibited at Scampston Walled … Continue reading

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