KFA Annual Public Lecture 2016/17 – Prof Andy Gleadow, NGV Melbourne.
Explorations in Time – the Kimberley Rock Art Dating Project
Keynote speaker: Prof. Andy Gleadow, Emeritus Professor, University of Melbourne and leader of KFA’s Rock Art Dating project.
Andy will take you on a wonderful journey of research progress and discovery.
Registration essential: Please click here to register
The Rock Art Dating project is led by Prof Andrew Gleadow with a substantial group of collaborating researchers from the Universities of Melbourne, Wollongong, Western Australia and ANSTO, and is supported by the Australian Research Council and KFA. It includes a multi-disciplinary approach that enables multiple dating strategies to be explored in parallel. The project is now in its third year of a three year term.
Progress has been substantial on all fronts. This includes characterisation of mineral accretions, development of uranium-series methods, characterisation and radiocarbon dating of mud wasp nest constituents, geomicrobiology and cosmogenic radionuclide dating.
Date: 15 March
Time: 6.00 pm for 6.15pm start
NGV International, Clemenger BBDO Auditorium
180 St Kilda Road (North Entrance)