Public Outreach Program

The purpose of the Public Outreach Program is to increase the public’s understanding and appreciation of Utah’s prehistoric rock art and to encourage ethical and respectful behavior towards the rock art panels.

Lectures/Presentations


David Sucec unless otherwise noted.

In Plain View: Considerations Of Style In Prehistoric Barrier Canyon Rock Art. Southern Nevada Rock Art Association, Las Vegas, Nevada. 2015

Ungainly Ghosts And Other Northern Figures: From The Northern Study Area Of The Barrier Canyon Rock Art Style, Utah Rock Art Research Association 34th Annual Conference, Kanab, Utah. 2014

Ungainly Ghosts And Other Northern Figures: From The Northern Study Area Of The Barrier Canyon Rock Art Style, American Rock Art Research Association 41st Annual Conference, Rock Springs, Wyoming. 2014

Archaic Figures and Figurines: Kin or Coincidence? Utah Rock Art Research Association 33rd Annual Symposium, Moab, Utah. 2013

Holy Ghost in Space; A Consideration of Form in Prehistoric Barrier Canyon Style Rock Art. International Federation of Rock Art Organizations Congress, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 2013

Ancient Painters Of The Colorado Plateau; The Barrier Canyon Style – Findings of the BCS PROJECT, 1991 — 2012. Southern Nevada Rock Art Association, Las Vegas, Nevada. 2013

Linked Sites: A New Old Barrier Canyon Style Panel in the San Rafael Study Area. Utah Rock Art Research Association 32nd Annual Symposium, Vernal, Utah. 2012

Sacred Images; Four Ancient Utah Rock Art Styles, 8000 Year Tradition, Granger High, Salt Lake City. 2012

Linked Sites: A New Old Barrier Canyon Style Panel in the San Rafael Study Area. American Rock Art Research Association 39th Annual Symposium, St. George, Utah. 2012

Ancient Painters Of The Colorado Plateau; The Barrier Canyon Style – Findings of the BCS PROJECT, 1991 — 2011, Utah Rock Art Research Association 31st Annual Symposium Price, Utah.  2011

Kindred Spirits:  Kin Or Coincidence? A Consideration Of Shamanistic Imagery In The Archaic Barrier Canyon Style, American Rock Art Research Association 38th Annual Conference, Idaho Falls, Idaho.  2011

Ungainly Ghosts, Signs of a Northern Variant in the Barrier Canyon Style. Colorado Rock Art Association 7th Annual Meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado.  2011

Ancient Painters Of The Colorado Plateau; The Barrier Canyon Style – Findings of the BCS PROJECT, 1991 — 2011, Guest Lecturer, Anasazi Heritage Center, Dolores, Colorado.  2011

Ancient Painters Of The Colorado Plateau, Merrill-Cazier Library, Utah State University, Logan, Utah. (Craig Law) 2010

A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY? Further Thoughts About The Image Making Of The Barrier Canyon And Fremont Styles, Utah Rock Art Research Association 30th Annual Symposium, Blanding, Utah. 2010

Falling Lines; The Parallel Line Motif as a Defining Feature of the Barrier Canyon Style, Colorado Rock Art Association 6th Annual Meeting, Trinidad Junior College
Trinidad, Colorado. 2010

Falling Lines; The Parallel Line Motif as a Defining Feature of the Barrier Canyon Style, American Rock Art Research Association 37th Annual Conference, Del Rio, Texas. 2010

Utah Prehistoric Rock Art; 9,000-Year Tradition, Guest Lecturer, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah. 2009

The Barrier Canyon Style; Findings of the BCS PROJECT, 1991 — 2009, Guest Lecturer, Chippeta Chapter, Colorado Archaeology Association, Montrose, Colorado. 2009

Falling Lines; The Parallel Line Motif As A Defining Feature Of The Barrier Canyon Style, Utah Rock Art Research Association 29th Annual Symposium, Cedar City, Utah. 2009
           
All Mixed Up: The Problem of Mixed Styles And Style Designation On The Colorado Plateau, Colorado Rock Art Association 5th Annual Meeting, Cortez, Colorado. 2009

All Mixed Up: The Problem of Mixed Styles And Style Designation On The Colorado Plateau, American Rock Art Research Association 36th Annual Conference, Bakersfield, California. 2009

Sacred Images; Four Ancient Utah Rock Art Styles, 8000 Year Tradition, San Juan High School, Blanding, Utah. 2009

Sacred Images, Four Major Utah Rock Art Styles, Uintah High School, Vernal, Utah. 2009

It’s Elementary—Style, That Is: A Group Of Pecked Figures In The Grand Staircase / Escalante National Monument, Utah Rock Art Research Association 28th Annual Symposium, Escalante, Utah. 2008

Alone In The Crowd; A Small Figure At The Harvest Panel, Canyonlands National Park, American Rock Art Research Association 35th Annual Conference, Farmington, New Mexico. 2008

 

Exhibitions

Ancient Painters Of The Colorado Plateau, BCS PROJECT Photographs By Craig Law, Utah Arts Council Traveling Exhibition Program, BCS PROJECT. 2012-2010

Sacred Images, A Vision of Native American Rock Art, Center For Documentary Arts traveling exhibition, Utah and Colorado. 2012-2007

Utah’s First Artists, Photographs From The BCS PROJECT, Utah Arts Council Traveling Program, BCS PROJECT. 2010-2002

Craig Law, BCS PROJECT photographs, American Rock Art Research Association’s Oliver Award (for excellence in the art and science of photography in the service of the study and appreciation of rock art). American Rock Art Research Association 35th Annual Conference, Farmington, New Mexico. 2008 

 

Field Trip Leader/Lecturer

Sacred Images; Four Ancient Utah Rock Art Styles, 8000 Year Tradition, Jordon High, Salt Lake City, Utah School Field Trip to Buckhorn Wash site, on-site lecture and discussion. 2011

Sacred Images; Four Ancient Utah Rock Art Styles, 8000 Year Tradition East High, Salt Lake City, Utah School Field Trip to Buckhorn Wash site, on-site lecture and discussion. 2010

Sacred Images; Four Ancient Utah Rock Art Styles, 8000 Year Tradition Blanding High, Blanding, Utah School Field Trip to Sand Island site, on-site lecture and discussion. 2009

Sacred Images; Four Ancient Utah Rock Art Styles, 8000 Year Tradition, Uintah High School, Vernal, Utah, Field Trip to Dry Fork Canyon Site, on-site lecture and discussion. 2009