David Coulson and his team will give a talk about the site which is in Kitengela. David is an internationally renowned photographer and author of many books including African Rock Art and also the Executive Chairman and founder of TARA , which he has led since he founded it in 1996.
Trust for African Rock Art (TARA) is the world’s only organization dedicated to this cultural imperative, and as such it has received support and recognition from the Ford Foundation, the Andrew Mellon Foundation and the National Geographic Society, among others. TARA’s singular contributions have also been widely acclaimed in the scientific and popular media including National Geographic, Time, Natural History, People and the London Times.
Note: There is no age limit but members are expected to be aware that they have to scramble down a valley for about 300m. It might be wise to wear track shoes or hiking boots.
Payment will be required by 30 August 2012 and can be paid through MPESA on 0723 690 686 or at the FoNNaP office on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Proceeds from this trip go towards supporting TARA, FoNNaP, and the community whose property the site is on.