Living Room Lecture - 10,000 Years: Archaeological Record of San Diego
San Diego is blessed with abundant natural and cultural resources. Over 36,000 archaeological sites have been discovered in San Diego County. These sites contain the material culture of people who
San Diego is blessed with abundant natural and cultural resources. Over 36,000 archaeological sites have been discovered in San Diego County. These sites contain the material culture of people who have lived in the region for over 10,000 years. This presentation will reveal what archaeology has uncovered about the ancient peoples who called San Diego home. Archaeology is a wonderful tool for understanding the past and bringing context to the present. Join us for a free virtual Living Room Lecture via Zoom on 10,000 years of San Diego history and a new understanding of the past.
About the Presenter
Cindy Stankowski’s personal commitment is to continue to have a positive impact in the community by making new ideas and information accessible in the museum setting. Ms. Stankowski received a Bachelor’s degree summa cum laude in Anthropology from San Diego State University and a Master’s degree in Museum Studies from San Francisco State University. She has been with the San Diego Archaeological Center since 1996, leading the effort to preserve our archaeological legacy. She brings an understanding of curation issues and museum management to SDAC and has led symposia on curation throughout the state. Ms. Stankowski also seeks new and innovative ways for the public to connect with the past, including exhibits, seminars and school presentations.
About the San Diego Archaeological Center
The San Diego Archaeological Center is a nonprofit curation facility and museum where visitors can learn the story of how people have lived in San Diego County for the past 10,000 years. In addition to its role as a museum, the Center serves as an education and research facility and is the only local organization dedicated to the collection, study, curation and exhibition of San Diego County’s archaeological artifacts.
(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm