As rock art theory has largely been refracted through western conceptual and epistemological underpinnings, it is a valuable (and timely) exercise to redirect art theory through the lens of Indigenous Australians’ geographical and cultural settings. For reasons of brevity, this critical exploration is not to offer a comprehensive road map pertaining to all aspects of vastly complicated socio-artistic elements of Australian Indigenous society but to stimulate discussion.
by Marisa GIORGI
Ubaye rupestre symbol
Ubaye historic petroglyphs are under survey and study; they may unveil many data about traditional mountain shepherd life, culture and skills. It’s a poorly known and fragile heritage, which must be properly protected and appreciated.
by JF LETAVERNIER – Ubaye Rupestre
Working the iron
TRACCE no. 12 – by Don Sina Middle School (Esine, Valcamonica)
We are the pupils of 2nd B and C from the State Middle School “Don Sina” in Esine (Brescia). Under the guide of our teachers and the archaeologists of Footsteps of Man, we have gone a didactic itinerary entitled “Iron ways”.
TRACCE no. 12 – by Don Sina Ecole moyenne (Esine, Valcamonica)
Nous sommes les élèves de la troisième classe, section C de l’école moyenne “Don Alessandro Sina” (BS). Sous la direction de notre professeur d’histoire et de deux archéologues de “Les traces de l’homme” de Cerveno nous avons suivi un itinéraire didactique dont le titre est: “Les routes du tissu”.