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ROCK ART

of the

ST GEORGE, UTAH AREA

 

 

rock art in St George Utah

 

rock art in St George Utah

 

rock art in St George Utah

 

 

 

rock art in St George Utah

 

rock art in St George Utah 

Discover The Meaning of Rock Art

Enjoy this educational website from Boma Johnson, Archaeologist, dedicated to developing a greater understanding and respect of the Native American people, and the beauty of their ancient culture as expressed in the rock art of the Southwest.

Come Take a Fun Rock Art Class With Boma!

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If you love rock art, then you will want to know more about what it means. Find a deeper understanding of ancient Native American rock art symbols and the connections to the world of higher spiritual belief, as we have learned from the Native American people and from modern archaeological and anthropological research.

HERE'S A FUN CLASS!

ANCIENT ROCK ART

SYMBOLS PART I

Presented By Boma Johnson, Archaeologist

Join us for our further exploration of fascinating Native American Rock Art, with emphasis this time on how rock art- petroglyphs (pecked symbols) and pictographs (painted symbols) were used as a form of written communication, for specific purposes: stories, history, clan migrations, astronomical calendars and more! We'll start with a new overview : The What, Why& Who of Rock Art". Then we'll move on to the basic symbols; Coyote, Deer, Shamans, Tlaloc The Rain God, Big Cats, The Great Serpent, Warriors & Shields, and Clan Symbols. Learn how to recognize these symbols in their infinite variety, what these symbols mean to the people who made them, and who those people were...and are today! We'll end with some intriguing mysteries: The Night Sky & an overview of Anasazi archaeoastronomy, plus we will offer the final answer to the mystery of the Waterglyphs. The class will be presented with a wide variety of media formats, from PowerPoint lectures, to videos and DVDs, with original Native flute music and digital paintings. Our classes are FUN as well as informative. Previous classes are NOT a prerequisite. If you have taken our classes before- donít worry- you wonít be bored! Classes are inter-related but NEVER exactly the same. We don't want to be bored, either!

Community Education Course:

MONDAYS 6:00 TO 8:00 PM, Beginning January 26th, 2015

Please register early, to ensure admission- class size WILL be limited this time.

Easiest Way To Register Is By Phone:435-652-7675

Email: https://ce.dixie.edu/index.php

In Person: 46 South 1000 East, DSU North Plaza, St George,Utah

Fee: $50 per person (Set By DSU)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS FOR THE JANUARY 2015 CLASS

FOR MORE INFO ABOUT FUTURE CLASSES, WATCH HERE:

ROCK ART CLASSES

Here's The YouTube Video For The January 2015 Class

For More Of Our Videos About Southwestern Rock Art, Please Visit Our YouTube Channel, ancientbeauty2009!

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Rock Art Classes Introduction to the SW What Is Rock Art Native American Philosophy
Double Meanings In Rock Art The Eagle Man In Rock Art Geoglyphs Part 1 Geoglyphs Part 2
The Hand In Rock Art Part 1 The Hand In Rock Art Part 2 Message From The Hopi The Movement Symbol In Rock Art
Serpents In Rock Art The Tree of Life In Rock Art The Twins In Rock Art The Venus Star In Rock Art
The Big Cats In Rock Art The Coyote In Rock Art The Mesoamerican Connection Save Our Rock Art

Music On This Page By Kat Johnson

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