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Rock Art 101 Trip!

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Hey everyone - friend of the APN, Alan Garfinkel and his California Rock Art Foundation have a great opportunity that I want to pass on to you. For just $62.50 (the APN is not being paid for this) you get a two-day trip in Ridgecrest, CA full of rock art, film screenings, and lectures on lots of rock art topics. Check out the link below and register before February 22, 2019. Sorry if it’s after that and you’re seeing this!

https://www.carockart.org/seminars-with-field-trips.html

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California Rock Art with Dr. Alan Garfinkel - TAS 57

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Today’s episode is actually a recording of the first interview I did as a radio host at KNVC 95.1 in Carson City Nevada. They cut off the first few minutes so we pick it up with one of my next questions. I talk to Dr. Garfinkel about Rock Art, his career and how he got into it, and what it all means in the greater cultural context.

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Bears Ears Rock Art with Vaughn Hadenfelt - ArchyFantasies 93

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Today we talk Vaughn Hadenfelt of Friends of Friends of Ceder Mesa. With 30 years of experience as a guide and interpreter in Bears Ears National Monument, he comes on to talk to us about Rock Art. What is it? How do we date it? Can we read it like a book? He also gives us an update on the Status of Bears Ears. 

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Images of the Ice Age with Paul Bahn - TAS 29

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Archaeologist and author Dr. Paul Bahn joins us on this episode to talk about the latest edition of his book, "Images of the Ice Age" from Oxford University Press. The book covers the history of rock art and rock art discovery mostly in Western Europe. This fascinating discussion will leave you thirsting for more rock art, and, wondering about the controversies mentioned at the end of the show!

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The Rock Art of the Coso Part 3 - Arch365 242

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The Coso lived in the eastern Mojave desert of east-central California. They created some fantastic rock art. But, what happened to them and why is there so much Rock Art? Dr. Alan Garfinkel Gold, Founder of the California Rock Art Foundation and expert in Coso Rock Art and tells us all about the Coso in three parts of Arch365.

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The Rock Art of the Coso Part 2 - Arch365 241

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The Coso lived in the eastern Mojave desert of east-central California. They created some fantastic rock art. But, what happened to them and why is there so much Rock Art? Dr. Alan Garfinkel Gold, Founder of the California Rock Art Foundation and expert in Coso Rock Art and tells us all about the Coso in three parts of Arch365.

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The Rock Art of the Coso Part 1 - Arch365 240

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The Coso lived in the eastern Mojave desert of east-central California. They created some fantastic rock art. But, what happened to them and why is there so much Rock Art? Dr. Alan Garfinkel Gold, Founder of the California Rock Art Foundation and expert in Coso Rock Art and tells us all about the Coso in three parts of Arch365.

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Honanki Heritage Site - Arch365 230

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On today's episode we learn about the heritage site in Arizona known as Honanki. It's an amazing cliff dwelling and rock art site that was inhabited by the Sinagua people of the Ancient Pueblo Peoples.

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Ancient America - San Juan River - Arch365 220

On today's episode Kenneth Feder continues the series based on his most recent book, "Ancient America: 50 Archaeological Sites You Should See For Yourself", with the San Juan River.

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Forest Service Archaeologist Neil Weintraub - TAS 20

On today's show, April and Chris interview Kaibab National Forest Service archaeologist Neil Weintraub. We talk about fire archaeology, vandalism in the forest, and public outreach.

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3D and Virtual Reality Rock Art - Arch365 098

On today's episode we talk to Paleowest Archaeology about their experiences creating 3D and virtual reality rock art from Little Petroglyph Canyon in California. They gave a poster about the subject at the 2017 Society for American Archaeology Conference in Vancouver, Canada this year. Check out this links below.

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