|Between 2010 and 2020, students and staff of TAO worked to document hundreds of examples of artifacts and artworks that now reside in collections outside of Rapa Nui. Visit the interactive database for the Ngaro Project!|
|During 2017, high school students worked in the local museum laboratory to weigh, measure, photograph, catalog, and safely pack more than 400 matā (obsidian artifacts). Visit the interactive project page!|
|In 2016, students created 3D digital models of museum artifacts as well as field archaeological sites for the sake of conservation, research, and tourism. Visit the 3D museum, or read our Rapa Nui Journal publication.|
|During 2015-2016, high school students engaged in a toponymy project that combined historical archival research with GPS and photographic survey. Visit the interactive project page, or read our Rapa Nui Journal publication.|
|In 2015, students had the option to participate in an experiential curriculum dedicated to engineering and renewable energies. Visit the project page or read our Rapa Nui Journal publication.|
|In 2009, high school students created a short documentary video about Hoa Hakananai'a for entry in the Society for American Archaeology's first ever film festival. The video became a finalist in the competition. Watch the video!|
|During 2008-2009, high school students conducted a comprehensive archaeological survey between Vinapu and Te Manavai. Visit the project page, see the technical report, or read our Rapa Nui Journal publication.||
During 2004-2005, high school students conducted a survey at Vinapu
combining photogrammetry and lichenometry.
the interactive project page or read our Rapa Nui Journal publication.
|During 2003, high school students designed, executed, and published 2D and 3D mapping of the Puna Pau topknot quarry. Visit the project page or read our Rapa Nui Journal publication.|