The Rock Art Network Wendy All
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The Rock Art Network Wendy All
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Volunteer, Rock Art Archive, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology

Wendy All is a toy designer, illustrator, linguist, and writer. She holds degrees in linguistics from the University of California, San Diego, and a degree in advertising and illustration from Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. Her work in major corporations familiarized her with multinational marketing strategies. She was trained in scientific illustration at Scripps Institution of Oceanography (Geological Research Division), California Institute of Technology, the Carnegie Observatories, and UCLA.

While taking advanced courses in linguistics and archaeology in the 1990s at UCLA, Wendy All met Dr. Jo Anne Van Tilburg and was invited to bring her unique combination of skills to the Rock Art Archive, headed by Dr. Van Tilburg, at the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA. There, as a volunteer, she contributed to the project Captured Visions, a successful endeavor to record rock art by trained volunteers in the California desert, which received the Governor’s Historic Preservation Award. She is currently a member of the Easter Island Statue Project Atlas Editorial Team, also under the direction of Dr. Van Tilburg. In addition, she participates in annual inspections of rock art sites at risk in southern California. She has traveled extensively to rock art and archaeology sites in the southwestern United States and around the world, such as Rapa Nui, Altamira, Pompeii, Teotihuacán, Chichén Itzá, Machu Picchu, and Nasca. She is passionate about designing accessible programs to increase public awareness to protect the legacy of rock art treasures.

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by Aron Mazel
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by Paul Taçon
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→  Identifying the artists of some of Australia's earliest art
by Paul Taçon
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→ Between Monument and Water: Burial rites, location of megalithic monuments and rock art of the Kilmartin Valley, Argyll, Western Scotland (Stage 1 of the Motifs and Monuments Project)
by George Nash
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→ 'Powerful Images - Indian rock art from its earliest times to recent times'
by Meenakshi Dubey-Pathak, Pilar Fatás Monforte
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→ Signalling and Performance: Ancient Rock Art in Britain and Ireland
by Aron Mazel, George Nash
21/09/2022
→ Histories of Australian Rock Art Research
by Paul S.C. Taçon, Sally K. May, Ursula K. Frederick, Jo McDonald
07/07/2022
→ Rock Art and Tribal Art: Madhya Pradesh
by Meenakshi Dubey-Pathak
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→ Marra Wonga: Archaeological and contemporary First Nations interpretations of one of central Queensland’s largest rock art sites
by Paul Taçon
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→ David Coulson MBE
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by Paul Taçon
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→  An online course by SEAMEO Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts (SPAFA)
by Noel Hidalgo Tan
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→  Cupules and Vulvas in the Alwar area, Rajasthan
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by Johannes H. N. Loubser
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by Meenakshi Dubey-Pathak
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→  And then they were gone: Destruction of the Good Hope 1 rock paintings
by Aron Mazel
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→  Early masterpieces: San hunter-gatherer shaded paintings of the uKhahlamba-Drakensberg and surrounding areas
by Aron Mazel
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