Creative Thought Forum lectures are free for SAR members and $10 for not-yet-members.
Anna Sofaer and her colleagues, Robert Weiner and Richard Friedman, present their work on the Solstice Project, a nonprofit dedicated to the study of astronomical heritage in Chaco Canyon culture. Using traditional approaches and emerging technologies (LIDAR and 3D modeling), their work reveals new ways of exploring this history.
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SAR SALON: Friday, January 25, 2019 Salons are offered on the morning following each Creative Thought Forum lecture. The salon is an opportunity for a conversation-style gathering with the speaker for a deeper exploration of the lecture topics. Participation in the salons is limited to 25 people and is a free member benefit; advanced registration is required with priority given to Chaco level members and above. For more information or to register for the salon call 505-954-7231.
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Image above: Low oblique aerial view of Pueblo Alto, one of the Great House ruins in Chaco Culture National Historical Park. The ruin is in the foreground of this view to the north, with traces of prehistoric roads clearly visible in the middle distance under the raking morning light. Photo by Adriel Heisey, courtesy of Anna Sofaer.
This Lecture Sponsored By:
Dan Merians & Tamara Bates UBS Financial Services
Bank of Albuquerque
Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery
Shiprock Santa Fe