Free Presentation Sponsored by King William Cultural Art Committee
WHO: Kay Hindes, City Archaeologist for the City of San Antonio, will deliver a presentation on Current Issues in San Antonio Archaeology
WHAT & WHERE: The King William Association (KWA) is sponsoring a free presentation about Current Issues in Archaeology in San Antonio and a look ahead at the city’s Tricentennial Celebration in 2018. The presentation will be at the KWA office located at 122 Madison St, 78204.
WHEN: Friday, October 6 at 6:30 P.M. – 8:30 P.M. COST: FREE and Open to the Public of all ages.
September is Texas Archaeology Month. KWA has invited Kay Hindes, San Antonio’s City Archaeologist, to present Current Issues in Archaeology in San Antonio. Kay has 28 years of experience working with universities, cultural resources management firms, and as an Independent Research Consultant. She received a degree in anthropology from the University of Texas at San Antonio and specializes in historical/archival research and Spanish Colonial archaeology. Kay has received numerous awards for her many contributions to the field, including the 2012 Texas Preservation Hero Award from the San Antonio Conservation Society.
In 2013, Kay discovered a Spanish Colonial site in downtown San Antonio that may be the first site of Mission San Antonio De Valero (1718). She oversaw the extensive archaeological investigations at Main Plaza during plaza renovations as well as for the Plaza de Armas project. Kay has also provided management and coordination for cultural resources for such projects as the Mission Trail, Museum Reach and the Linear Creekways projects for the city. She has a passion for preservation of prehistoric sites and works closely with developers and real estate firms.
Kay Hindes’ informative topics bring in an enthusiastic audience. Don’t miss her next presentation.
It is free and open to the public of all ages.
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