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Vacancy at ScARF, upcoming deadlines for student bursaries, news on regional frameworks...
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March 2016
Newsletter #6

ScARF is hiring! Could you be our Museums Project Officer?

The ScARF project is looking to recruit a Museum Project Officer (part time) to work specifically in collaboration with Local Authority museums services in Aberdeenshire and Orkney.

The project will focus on supporting curators within partner museums to develop and inform their knowledge of the national and regional research relevant to their collections. This will highlight research gaps and begin the process of encouraging new research in these areas, engaging education with museums. Using Farming and Fishing as the main theme, the project will engage new audiences with Scottish archaeology and build on the already strong support for ScARF within the historic environment sector. It will also contribute to the development of regional frameworks more targeted at local chronological or thematic issues that will enable museums to use and amplify ScARF and introduce a more nuanced use of the framework ensuring it is up-to-date and fit-for-purpose. 

 
The deadline for applications is the 27th of March. 
Find out more and apply
Regional research frameworks: update
Since the last newsletter, which mentioned that ScARF was looking to do more work with regional archaeology frameworks, we have attended a meeting in East Lothian to discuss the ongoing work being done in the Edinburgh, Lothians and Borders regions as well as continued our discussions with Kilmartin Museum on setting up a research framework for Argyll

So, if you work within local authority archaeology or are involved in any regional archaeological research, please get in touch if you have an idea you would like to discuss or would like more information on how ScARF might be able to help. 
Deadlines for ScARF conference bursaries
The deadlines for many of the ScARF student bursaries for conference attendance are fast approaching!

The dates you need to know are as follows:  In return for writing a short report (and a few other conference dependant things) you can get your conference fee paid for and even a years free membership of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (subject to election)!
Upcoming Event: Archaeological Research in Progress
 
 
http://www.scottishheritagehub.com/content/52-standing-stones
The joint Archaeology Scotland and Society of Antiquaries of Scotland day conference provides an annual opportunity to hear up-to-date accounts of Archaeological Research in Progress in Scotland. For 2016 this event is organised by Archaeology Scotland and will be held in Galashiels for the first time.

For more information and to book your place, please visit the event page using the button below. 
Find out more and book your place
The next ScARF e-newsletter is due out in mid April. We hope to update you on the Museums Project Officer post and on the progress of Future Thinking on Scotlands Carved Stones. We also hope to be able to bring you news on the reconvening of the period panels. If you would like to bring anything to our attention, please do not hesitate to get in touch! www.scottishheritagehub.com
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