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Rock art : a cultural treasure at risk / Neville Agnew, Janette Deacon, Nicholas Hall, Terry Little, Sharon Sullivan, Paul Taçon.

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Author Agnew, Neville (author.)
Title Rock art : a cultural treasure at risk / Neville Agnew, Janette Deacon, Nicholas Hall, Terry Little, Sharon Sullivan, Paul Taçon.
Publisher &/or associated date/s Los Angeles, CA Getty Conservation Institute, 2015
©2015
Description 62 pages : colour illustrations, portraits ; 30 cm.
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 58-59.
Contents Executive summary -- Introduction -- Background to this document -- A vision for the future of rock art -- A valuable heritage -- A vulnerable heritage -- Foundation principles for protecting and preserving rock art -- The four pillars of rock art conservation policy and practice -- The way forward -- References cited and other useful publications -- Online information links -- Contact organisations.
Summary "Between 2005 and 2011 the Getty Conservation Institute organized a series of rock art management courses and workshops as part of the Southern African Rock Art Project (SARAP) in collaboration with various southern African organizations. From 2012–2014 the project was extended to include an exchange program between rock art specialists, managers, and custodian communities from southern Africa and Australia. In 2014, a Forum was held in Kakadu National Park between African and Australian rock art colleagues as a culmination of the learning from the SARAP and the African–Australian Exchanges. This document is the result of the deliberations from this work, including strong input from traditional owners of rock art sites and the participation of the Trust for African Rock Art. All of the experience of the work in Africa and Australia and the knowledge of those who participated in activities widely across both continents is reflected in this document. While the document in its present form focuses on experience of examples from Africa and Australia, it sets out a vision for the future conservation of rock art which will be relevant to rock art conservation in many regions of the world. The issues it identifies and the foundation principles and actions it proposes are based on internationally recognized and well-founded conservation management principles. It is hoped this document will be widely disseminated, used, critiqued and over time be adapted and improved." -- From background.
Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian
Rock paintings -- Australia
Other Authors &/or Associated Persons Deacon, Janette (author.)
Hall, Nicholas K. (author.)
Little, Terry (author.)
Sullivan, Sharon, 1944- (author.)
Tacon, Paul S. C. (Paul Stephen Charles), 1958 - (author.)
Other Corporate Bodies Getty Conservation Institute
Call number 2016.563
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