Exhibits

Data collection and analysis are just the first steps in reconstructing and piecing together the history of past cultures. Without interpretation, archaeological data are meaningless. At ASI, we apply innovative, state-of-the-art techniques and methodologies to the interpretation of archaeological remains. We specialize in the design of exhibits and displays and we are very active in the field of public and educational archaeology. Here are some examples.

Red Hill Valley Archaeological Project

Hamilton City Hall

Archaeological History of English Teaware

ASI Bathurst Office

AGO Canadian Collection: Stone Artifacts

Art Gallery of Ontario

The Mewinzha Gallery Exhibit

Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority

Paul Kane: French River Rapids

Royal Ontario Museum

The Bishop’s Block Exhibit

Shangri-La Hotel Toronto

The Toronto General Hospital Exhibit

Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) Bell Lightbox

The Mantle Site Display

Wendat Village Public School

Etharita: Highlights from Charlie Garrad’s Collections

ASI Bathurst Office