Event Archive

  • Plaster Moulding

    Oxford-Cambridge Corridor Economic Growth Conference

    21.06.2018 | MK Dons Stadium, Milton Keynes

    MOLA is chairing a session at the upcoming Oxford Cambridge Corridor Economic Growth Conference. MOLA CEO Janet Miller will be chairing the Skills Session looking at how we can develop the skills needed for economic growth.

  • MOLA excavations at 71 Fenchurch St

    HEC Evening Lectures - Uncovering 71 Fenchurch Street

    19.06.2018 | 71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BR

    Join Sophie Jackson to hear about the results of MOLA excavations under 71 Fenchurch Street in 1996-7 revealed about a previously-unexplored area of ancient London, and what we have learned since thanks to more recent discoveries made during the last 20 years.

  • Medieval Pottery

    The Art of the Poor Conference: An Art for Everyman

    15.06.2018 | The Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1H 0AB

    MOLA expert Jacqui Pearce will be presenting at 'The Art of the Poor in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance' Conference on the topic: 'An art for everyman – the aspirations of the medieval potter'.

  • MOLA's Chief Executive Janet Miller

    Inaugural Senior Women's Lean-in Group at the Institution of Civil Engineers

    14.06.2018 | Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA

    MOLA CEO Janet Miller will be discussing her career in the engineering and archaeological sectors at the inaugural senior Women's Lean-in group, chaired by Anusha Shah, Chair of the Thames Estuary Partnership. Hear from an inspirational speaker, meet fellow members and help shape this new group.

  • Time Truck

    Time Truck exhibition: Modern and historical innovation in the Docklands

    12.06.2018 to 14.06.2018
    | Compressor House, Dockside Rd, London E16 2QU

    From the 12th - 14th June join MOLA Time Truck and ABP - the force behind the new Royal Albert Dock commercial district - as they celebrate how technology has improved our lives in an exhibition at Compressor House.

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