The Red Desert Symposium (2007 - University of Wyoming Art Museum)

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The Red Desert: Among dead volcanoes and living dunes: A public conversation about the importance of place, September 29-30, 2007.


Afternoon session part I and panel discussion - September 28, 2007.
Introduction; Through the Eyes of Map Makers: A Cartographic Perspective; Place and Sound; Who First Saw the Red Desert; Uniqueness wthin a Varied, High Desert Landscape; Q&A Panel.
Afternoon session part I and panel discussion - September 29, 2007.
Introductions; Red Desert Glimpses; Stories from the Old People Anthropological Perspectives on Rock Art in the Desert; Boars Tusk: A Locus of Flux; Special Values to the northwestern Red Desert: From Wildlife to Wilderness; Q&A Panel.
Afternoon session part II and panel discussion - September 28, 2007.
Introduction; Law on the Landscape; Islands of Life: The Wonders of Insect Diversity in the Red Desert; Stomping Grounds; The Geologic History Recorded in the Red Desert Landscape; Contemporary American Indian Thought on the Red Desert; Q&A Panel.
Afternoon session part II and panel discussion - September 29, 2007.
Introductions; In and Out of Balance: A Matter of Scale; Grand Teton to Grand Canyon: Latest Miocene Through Pliocene Course of the Green River; Red Desert: Archaic Period Death; Wanderings in the Desert; Q&A Panel.
Morning session and panel discussion - September 29, 2007.
Introductions; A Plea for Landscapes; Terrible Viligance: Red Desert Wildlife and the Imperative of Space; An Open Letter; Thriving Where Others Fail to Fall; Q&A Panel.