British Museum Collaboration with TARA

TARA is honored to host; Elizabeth Galvin, Curator of African Rock Art Image Project, accompanied by Victoria Suzman, Jorge de Torres and Helen Anderson all catalogers for the project from The British Museum. They are working with TARA from 28 April until 8 May 2014.

The aims of their visit are to collect more rock art images and data; reviewing future collaboration; and planning for an official launch of the project at the British Museum later in 2014.

During their stay, they are working closely with David Coulson, TARA Chairman and George Osewe, Head of Digital Image Centre.

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Photo: TARA and British Museum Staff