by Rock Art Network
29 November 2022
'Rock Art of the World: Ancient Images of Power, Ritual, and Story'
A Presentation by Jeff LaFave
San Diego Rock Art Association Virtual Meeting
Sunday, February 5, 2023, 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time
Indigenous people around the planet have left an incredibly rich, but fragile, rock art legacy. Rock art is a truly global phenomenon and an expression of what it is to be human. This talk relates to the recent publication of LaFave’s book Rock Art of the World: Ancient Images of Power, Ritual, and Story. Some of the themes from the book will be discussed, such as the importance of considering the landscape context of rock art sites. The presentation will include photographs from important sites from all six continents which have rock art.
Jeff LaFave has been involved in rock art research and documentation for over twenty-five years. An environmental lawyer by day, he has authored multiple publications and given many presentations about rock art, including at meetings of the International Federation of Rock Art Organizations (IFRAO), the American Rock Art Research Association (ARARA), and SDRAA. He also serves as a board member for Western Rock Art Research, a nonprofit which is dedicated to the preservation and documentation of rock art in the U.S. and Australia. In 2017, he was presented with the Oliver Award from ARARA for “Excellence in the Art & Science of Rock Art Photography.”
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