From Boom to Bust: Australian Historical Association Conference, 2016

Posted Jun 10 in Aboriginal cultural heritage, about VC&A, Archaeology, Conferences and Papers, historical archaeology, Historical Research, Victoria

This year’s Australian Historical Association conference is being convened by the Collaborative Research Centre in Australian History at Federation University in Ballarat, with the theme ‘From Boom to Bust’. One of our project managers, Will Anderson, will be presenting a paper titled ‘Archaeology and pre-Colonial Landscape History: Boom before Contact in the Western District of […]

Staffing update

Posted May 13 in about VC&A, VC&A

It has been a little while since we posted news of happenings here at Dr Vincent Clark & Associates, so we thought it timely to provide a short update. Michelle Negus Cleary has done an excellent job as Operations Manager while Helen Kiddell has been enjoying her maternity leave.  Helen has recently started back in […]

AIMA/ASHA Conference

Posted Sep 21 in about VC&A, Archaeology, Archaeology of Melbourne, Conferences and Papers, historical archaeology, Historical Research

AIMA/ASHA Conference We are very excited about the upcoming Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) conference that we are co-sponsoring this week. The conference will be held from Thursday 24th – Sat 26th September at the National Wool Museum, Geelong. There will be a stimulating range of papers on topics including digital archaeology, conflict archaeology […]

VC&A Projects Update

Posted Jun 30 in Aboriginal cultural heritage, about VC&A, Archaeology, Archaeology of Melbourne, cultural heritage due diligence, cultural heritage management, historical archaeology, Lyndhurst, Melton, VC&A, Victoria

Recently we have been updating our website Projects page to better represent the scope of work that we do across Victoria. We have included some details about some of our previously completed cultural heritage management plans (CHMPs) such as: Ravenswood Interchange (for VicRoads), Mernda Central P-12 (for the Department of Education & Training), Cullulleraine Power Line […]

Merry Christmas

Posted Dec 22 in about VC&A, Coburg, cultural heritage management, VC&A, Victoria

Merry Christmas from Dr Vincent Clark & Associates! Today is our last day in the office for the year. We will re-open on the 5th January 2015. Thank you to all our clients, staff and friends for all your continued support throughout 2014. We hope to see you all again in the New Year! And […]

iArchaeology: Part 2

Posted Nov 28 in about VC&A, Archaeology, cultural heritage management, Lyndhurst, Victoria

Following on from our iArchaeology post from August, we thought we would take the opportunity to share some our experiences making use of the iPad as a 21st century archaeology tool. Over the last few months the VC&A iPad has been put through its paces on a 50 day field project. As part of this […]

Staff news

Posted Jun 05 in about VC&A

Dr Vincent Clark & Associates would like to welcome Johanna Petkov to the team as our new administration assistant. Johanna will be supporting Tricia Elliot in an administrative capacity; but will also be on hand to help with archaeological matters while she finishes off her Masters in Archaeology at Monash University. Johanna took a “gap […]

Archaeology in the classroom

Posted Mar 20 in Aboriginal cultural heritage, about VC&A, Archaeology

The end of 2013 saw the end of yet another project in Western Victoria. Whilst completing excavations at an Aboriginal site in the hamlet of Trawalla, Ben and Kris from our office were invited to share their archaeological experiences with the local primary school students. The students were able to ask many questions relating to […]

Welcome to our new site!

Posted Oct 28 in about VC&A, cultural heritage management

Here at Dr Vincent Clark & Associates we are very happy to have our new-look website up-and-running and ready for your perusal. Please take a few moments to take a look around, meet our team, see what we do and learn about our projects. We love doing what we do, and love working where we […]