Guest Blog: URARA

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We have a guest blog from the Utah Rock Art Research Association (URARA) this week! If you haven’t already heard of this organization, they are a fantastic group of people who are passionate about rock imagery!

McKee Springs

Utah Rock Art Research Association, (URARA) has replaced it’s monthly on the ground field trips during this COVID-19 pandemic, with a series of presentations on Utah and surrounding area rock art that you can now view on YouTube. Presentations from the “Who, What, When, and How, of rock art in Utah – to “Ute, Paiute, and Navajo rock art” and more. Maybe a brief look at Shoshone rock art if we are feeling adventurous.  These presentations are a big hit with URARA members and rock art enthusiasts, and are now available to you on YouTube.  Subscribe to the YouTube channel and take advantage of this opportunity to see and enjoy the fabulous rock art left behind by the native peoples without traversing these areas in adverse conditions, or hiking miles into remote places.  

Nine Mile Canyon

For more information about this wonderful cultural resource, view our website:  www.utahrockart.org.  URARA is the largest organization actively engaged in the conservation and preservation of petroglyphs and pictographs (rock art/rock writings) in the state of Utah.

 Our mission is:

·   To lead in the preservation and understanding of the importance of rock art

·   To encourage the appreciation and enjoyment of rock art sites

·   To assist in the study, presentation, and publication of rock art research ARARA, The American Rock Art Research Association, also has a YouTube channel where you can enjoy more presentations on Native American rock art.