Peter Robinson, Editor of the Bradshaw Foundation, talks to Meg Pier of Best Cultural Destinations in a podcast interview on rock art around the world, of its importance, how to preserve it and how it relates to contemporary art, including his own sculptures.
Best Cultural Destinations, founded by Meg Pier, profiles people around the world who are bringing culture to life. With an approach that is equal parts National Geographic-Vanity Fair-People magazine, it offers moving human interest stories, insightful features on the intersection of tourism and social change, compelling photography, and high energy, uplifting videos. Best Cultural Destinations provides a unique perspective, presenting stories of how culture is created and shared, by allowing locals to tell their own stories in their own voices.
Through interviews and profiles, you'll meet indigenous artisans, pioneering activists and innovators, dedicated preservationists, spiritual seekers, global visionaries and a host of others, who each relate their inspiration, process, techniques, and heritage. You'll also learn about their personal epiphanies, challenges, breakthroughs, and hopes for the future, for at the heart of all culture is our shared human condition.
Discovering & Preserving the World’s Rock Art
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