Arizona Archaeological Society



Pottery Identification Workshop Class

  • 30 Sep 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM
  • General Cave Creek Area

DFC-AAS Workshop 09/30/2022 10:00A-about 1:00P

An Overview of Pottery Types in the Central Arizona Tradition

Scott Wood, retired Tonto National Forest archaeologist, gives a workshop on Central Arizona traditional pottery.  Scott authored a paper that acts as the "go to" reference for pottery in the Central Arizona tradition.  Scott's seminars include information sheets for pottery identification as well as pottery sherd samples with an opportunity for each work group to identify their samples of pottery types.  This represents a terrific hands-on learning opportunity.

You must be a member of the Desert Foothills Chapter (DFC) or Arizona Archaeological Society (AAS) to attend this class with priority given to DFC members.  There is a charge of $25 to attend this class that is due in advance.  The class also requires a reservation which one can obtain from Mary Kearney at  There are no other authorized means to attend this workshop.  The class size in limited to 20 participants.  Walk-ins are not accepted.

Please make your reservation and join us for our first learning experience after the pandemic by contacting and enjoy Scott's presentation.

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