In the year 2361 camping is a very rare pleasure.
Professor Rawlins, who teaches 20th century music history at the
University of Archivillia, has special privileges that allow him to take
his students on a camping trip each semester. This adventure is a truly
magical experience for the students. Adding to the magic, Rawlins
arranges for musicians to accompany them and play classic 20th century
songs around the campfire.
What songs will they still sing around the
campfire in 350 years? We’ve prepared a campfire scene from 2361, where
students are enjoying a break away from the extreme pressure of their
Archivillia studies. Imagine how 20th century music will be interpreted
by students in the future!
We hope you enjoy this Archivillia campfire
scene, and hope it will inspire you to create one of your own. If you
are interested, please contact us. If we like yours, we’ll put it on the
site! You can reach us at:
To learn more about Archivillia, read the
scenario. Or, hear what students of the
future have to say about the 20th century in their
valedictorian speeches. For a
humorous look into the future, checkout our
comics. Teachers, we’ve prepared
a quick list of questions you can ask
your students after they visit Archivillia! Come back soon and hear the
pilot episode of our audio drama, titled
‘The Bells of History.’ And, feel free to post your thoughts on our
bulletin board about what songs will be sung around
campfires in 350 years!