The Utah Rock Art Research Association’s (URARA) Annual 2018 Symposium will be held in Bluff, Utah. Dates of the symposium are October 4 – 8, 2018.
The Bluff area is well known to rock art enthusiasts and is an ideal setting for the URARA symposium. The event includes one day of workshops (October 4th), two days of field trips (October 5 and October 8), two days of fabulous speakers (October 6 and October 7), and the business meeting. Keynote speakers include Ellen Dissanayake, University of Washington, Seattle and James Farmer, Virginia Commonwealth University. The symposium includes a dinner, auction, delicious Green River watermelons, lots of fun, time to renew old friendships and make new ones.
You can join URARA, and register for the symposium and field trips at the URARA website. Space is limited, so you are encouraged to complete your registration and make your accommodation plans soon.
URARA’s mission is to lead in the preservation and understanding of the value of rock art, to encourage the appreciation and enjoyment of rock art sites, and to assist in the study, presentation, and publication of rock art research.