The upcoming World Rock Art course scheduled to be held at the end of the year in Malaysia is offering a discounted rate for early registrants of â‚¤675 (including accommodation, lunches and refreshments) if you register before 1 August. The amount is still quite steep for those of us in Asia, so Barry Lewis, the project officer at Trent & Peak Archaeology of the University of Nottingham has asked all interested parties to email him so that he can get an idea of the level of interest – the more people who are interested in the course, the lower the cost will go. So, email him at Barry.Lewis@nottingham.ac.uk
You can download a copy of the flyer here, or by clicking on the picture.
– Introduction to Rock Art Research
– Handbook of Rock Art Research
– Rock art and posterity: Conserving, managing and recording rock art : proceedings of symposium M, “Conservation and site management” and symposium E, “Recording … Darwin in 1988 (Occasional AURA publication)
– World Rock Art (Conservation and Cultural Heritage Series)