Title of Oral/Poster Presentation

This project is being submitted as part of the requirements for ARTH 3270, Native North American Art

Class

Article

College

Caine College of the Arts

Faculty Mentor

Sandra Charlson

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Abstract

Rock art, including petroglyphs and pictographs, contributes to our knowledge of the past. The Fremont Indian’s culture is a combination of different elements that may or may not resemble each other all across the Fremont territory. The more stable elements of things Fremont would be its rock art, with its distinct anthropomorphic and zoomorphic figures. Although the meaning of the markings and paintings remain a mystery, there are educated guesses as to what they convey through the studies of the Fremont culture, spiritual/religious beliefs, and ideologies.

Location

The South Atrium

Start Date

4-12-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

4-12-2018 10:15 AM

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This project is being submitted as part of the requirements for ARTH 3270, Native North American Art

The South Atrium

Rock art, including petroglyphs and pictographs, contributes to our knowledge of the past. The Fremont Indian’s culture is a combination of different elements that may or may not resemble each other all across the Fremont territory. The more stable elements of things Fremont would be its rock art, with its distinct anthropomorphic and zoomorphic figures. Although the meaning of the markings and paintings remain a mystery, there are educated guesses as to what they convey through the studies of the Fremont culture, spiritual/religious beliefs, and ideologies.