Rock Art Studies Class (PAAC class)

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Houston Hall (H)

North Ave · Grand Junction, CO

How to find us

Room 132. Houston Hall is the building at the NW corner of North & 12th

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RSVP DIRECTLY with Geoff Peterson. (it is NOT sufficient to rsvp here).

Cost: $30.00 (cash or check only please).


This 3-day course provides a general overview of the field of rock art studies. Information covered by the class includes a variety of rock art recording techniques, current research in conservation and interpretation, and a synopsis of styles documented in Colorado. Rebecca Simon, Assistant State Archaeologist will be teaching.

Friday, April 26th- 5:30- 8:30
Saturday, April 27th- 8:30- 5:00
Sunday, April 28th- 8:30- 5:00

Colorado Mesa University
Houston Hall, Room 132

CAS-GJ PAAC Coordinator
Geoff Peterson[masked] [masked]

The Program for Avocational Archaeological Certification (PAAC) is a mutually beneficial educational program for avocational and professional archaeologists. The program facilitates avocational public service, education, research, and the protection of archaeological resources in Colorado. PAAC complements, but does not replace, existing university and governmental training programs.

A detailed class outline can be found at:

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Parking - Permit parking rules are in effect on campus until 6pm Friday night. Permit parking is enforced M-F 6am to 6pm - unless otherwise posted. So finding free parking should be easier on Saturday & Sunday.
Off-campus parking is free, just be sure you are not parking on a section of side street that requires a campus permit. Check this map.

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