Invisible Archeology (Archeologia Invisibile), is the current temporary exhibit at the Museo Egizio (Egyptian Museum), in Turin, Italy, which runs from March 13, 2019 to January 16, 2020. The exhibit aims to connect visitors to the biography of objects through archaeometry – scientific analyses and digital tools used in archaeological investigations. Each summer, I run a field school on Museology and Egyptian Material Culture at the museum, through IFR (the Institute for Field Research), and was able to take advantage of the exhibit to explore the potential of digital technologies in a museum setting with two groups of our students.

By Dr. Caroline Arbuckle MacLeod  August 8, 2019