OTSF is a United States of America not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) educational foundation dedicated to research and public outreach about ancient society and cultural development around the Mediterranean in Neolithic prehistory. Whether you want to attend an online class about cultural beginnings, discover the archaeology of sound or find a place to learn more about prehistory and the world's oldest buildings, we can help you.
Until now, nobody has covered the scenario of the New Stone Age in Europe, the Levant and Mediterranean as the extraordinary epic phenomenon that it was. OTSF is working to help the leaders of tomorrow gain maximum perspective for making good decisions for humanity and for our earth.
With three international conferences under our belt, OTSF Is a pioneer in this multi-disciplinary field about:
The Human Experience of Special Sound in Ancient Ritual and Ceremonial Spaces
Wheels are in motion for an exciting expeditionary next step in data collection.
How does anything get in front of anyone these days? How does an ancient subject become engaging in a world of special effects and techno wizardry ?
OTSF is working on that right now!
The Stone Age Magazine studio is ready.
More will be revealed...
An international program provider for Road Scholar since 1994, the OTSF organization retired its overseas programming after getting the last group of Americans safely home from Malta in the face of the pandemic outbreak in 2020. We have worked for more than 30 years with an international array of multi-disciplinary researchers & university instructors including, but not limited to: The University of Malta, Heritage Malta, The German Archaeological Institute, Turkish Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Instituto Terra e Memória, Centre of Geosciences, Portugal, University of Huddersfield, UK, University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute, Scotland, UNESCO, ICOMOS, The American Anthropological Association,
The Archaeological Institute of America.