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New documentary film explores preservation of rock art in Nevada

“Exploring Nevada Rock Art,” a new documentary produced and narrated by Gwen Clancy, celebrates the oldest art form in Nevada.

The film features the late Dr. Alanah Woody, co-founder of the Nevada Rock Art Foundation, as guide. The Nevada Rock Art Foundation will sponsor the free public presentation at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the South Valleys Library, 15650A Wedge Parkway, Reno.

The documentary follows a team of volunteers who document petroglyphs and pictographs found in Northern Nevada.



Nevada Rock Art Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving Nevada’s rock-art heritage, welcomes new members.

Opportunities to participate are available for persons of any skill, fitness, or financial level. For more information, visit http://www.nevadarockart.org or call the NRAF office at (775) 323-7623.


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