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Standing on the shoulders of giants / Sulle spalle dei giganti
20th INTERNATIONAL ROCK ART CONGRESS IFRAO 2018
VALCAMONICA Darfo Boario Terme (BS) Italia
29 August - 2 September 2018
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At its meeting of 4 September 2015 in Caceres, Spain, the IFRAO committee chose Valle Camonica as the location for the upcoming XX INTERNATIONAL ROCK ART CONFERENCE IFRAO 2018 and named the Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici (Camunian Centre for Prehistoric Studies) and the Cooperativa Archeologica “Le Orme dell’Uomo” (Archaeological Cooperative “The Footsteps of Man”) as the organisers of the event.

Valle Camonica was chosen because it was the first rock art site in the world (together with the Vallée de la Vézère in France) to be entered in the UNESCO World Heritage List.  In subsequent years a further 23 areas were added to the list, making Valle Camonica a pioneering choice that brought this fundamental manifestation of the human mind (previously considered  a mere curiosity)  to world attention as a founding moment of human culture.

The theme this year - “Standing on the shoulders of giants / Sulle spalle dei giganti” - truly expresses the idea that ancient art with its endless symbolism and archetypes might form a major resource for modern man, allowing him to look beyond and above current cultures.

The International Federation of Rock Art Organisations (IFRAO) was created in Darwin (Australia) on 3 September 1988 by nine organisations dedicated to the study of prehistoric rock art. Its purpose was to act as a democratic advisory body promoting actions in support of the research activities of member organisations bringing about a synergistic vision of the study of rock art.  In the course of the last 27 years, the number of member organisations has risen to 56, from all over the world and the number of members has risen to around 35,000, making IFRAO the largest organisation in the world bringing together specialists in the disciplines linked to the study of rock art.  The first goal of IFRAO was the standardisation of various aspects of the discipline, essential for effective collaboration and communication. Over time, this aim was supplemented with activity in the field of the protection and conservation of rock art: the federation has become the principle international body pursuing the conservation of prehistoric rock art.

The Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici (Camunian Centre for Prehistoric Studies) and the Cooperativa Archeologica “Le Orme dell’Uomo” (Archaeological Cooperative “The Footsteps of Man”) have brought the rock art of Valle Camonica (and many other sites around the world) to international attention through research, promotion and dissemination activities including exhibitions, conferences, publications and the Valcamonica Symposium.

There have been many IFRAO World Conferences across 27 years beginning in Australia (Cairns) in 1992, in Portugal (1998 and 2006), followed by India, the USA, Bolivia, Brazil, Russia, France and China and, most recently,  Spain (Caceres).  The next meeting - in Valle Camonica - will see between 800 and 1200 participants from every continent, streaming links with universities, parallel presentation sessions, round tables on the origins of rock art and visits to rock art sites and exhibitions.  It will also be an opportunity to present to the world the archaeological heritage of Valle Camonica in all its territorial expansiveness and unique chronology, the innovative scientific research being undertaken, approaches to data management and ways of presenting rock art themes in museums.

IFRAO 2018 General Secretary
Angelo Eugenio Fossati (Coop. “Le Orme dell”Uomo” – Università Cattolica di Milano)

Scientific coordinator (CCSP - Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici)
Mila Simões de Abreu (UTAD-CETRAD - CCSP - Coop. “Le Orme dell”Uomo”)

Scientific Coordinator (Cooperativa archeologica “Le Orme dell'Uomo”)
Andrea Arcà (Coop. “Le Orme dell”Uomo” – Università di Pisa)

Local Coordinator
Tiziana Cittadini (CCSP), Federico Troletti (CCSP), Paolo Medici (CCSP), Valeria Damioli (CCSP)

IFRAO President
Hipolito Collado Giraldo (ACINEP)

IFRAO Convener 
Robert Bednarik (AURA - CARA)

Members of the scientific commission
André Prous (Dep. de Antropologia e Arqueologia, Univ.  Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil)
Andrea Arcà (Coop. “Le Orme dell”Uomo” - Università di Pisa, Italy)
Angelo Eugenio Fossati (Coop. “Le Orme dell”Uomo” - Università Cattolica di Milano, Italy)
Bansi Lal Malla (Indira Ganhi National Centre for the Arts, India)
Claire Smith (Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, Australia)
Fidelis Masao (EARARA, East African Rock Art Research Association, Tanzania)
Guillermo Munoz  (GIPRI, Grupo de Investigación de Arte Rupestre Indigena, Colombia)
James Keyser (Oregon Archaeological Society, USA)
Jean Clottes (INORA, Société Préhistorique Ariège-Pyrénées - ARAPE, France)
Jean Löic Le Quellec (CNR, AARS - Association des Amis de l’Art Rupestre Saharien, France)
Jo Mcdonald (Centre for Rock Art Research and Management, University of Western Australia)
José Julio Garcia Arranz (ACINEP Asociación Cultural Instituto de Estudios Prehistóricos, Spain)
Maria Giuseppina Ruggiero (Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo, Italy)
Mila Simões de Abreu (UTAD-CETRAD – AARP – CCSP – Coop. “Le Orme dell”Uomo”, Portugal/ Italy)
Paul Taçon (PERAHU – Griffith University, Australia)
Valerie Feruglio (PACEA - UMR5199 - Université de Bordeaux, France)

Scientific commission of the CCSP
Annaluisa Pedrotti (Università di Trento, Italy)
Mila Simões de Abreu (Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal)
Raffaele De Marinis (Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy)
Ulf Bertilsson (Göteborgs Universitet, Sweden)
Tino Bino (Università Cattolica di Brescia, Italy)

Executive Committee
General coordinator: Tiziana Cittadini
Secretary: Nives Pezzoni
Editing: Federico Troletti, Valeria Damioli
Logistic and reception: Medici Paolo, DMO
Ceremonial and relation with the international organizations: Roberta Alberotanza
Communication: Roberta Alberotanza, Valeria Damioli with the support of Explora

CALL for PAPERS

The organizing committee is glad to announce the call for papers for IFRAO2018
Abstracts should be sent to our email: ifrao2018@ccsp.it, session e-mail contact or submit your proposal
Including the following:
- The title of communication, the name of author, affiliation, session of interest
- An abstract in English with a maximum length of 200 words and 5-6 key-words
- Two images in .jpeg or .tiff format with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi

Deadline: 30th of November 2017


CALL FOR SESSIONS PROPOSAL - closed

The Call for Session has been closed the the 21th of February, soon the scientific committee will deliberate the accepted sessions.

The Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici(CCSP) and the Società Cooperativa Archeologica “Le Orme dell’Uomo”(Footsteps of Man Archaeological Cooperative Society) have the pleasure to invite you to the 20th International Rock Art Congress which will be held in Valcamonica (Italy) from 29th of August to the 2nd of September 2018.

This major event takes place 50 years after the first "Valcamonica Symposium", marking 30 years since the foundation of IFRAO and the 30th anniversary of the Footsteps of Man Archaeological Cooperative Society.

The congress will cover a range of topics relevant to rock art, archaeology, culture and society, from its first appearance to current forms. During five days, leading experts in the field, researchers along with young scholars and enthusiasts, will gather and present the latest results and studies on rock art, rupestrian archaeology and other relevant research fields on Palaeolithic and Post-palaeolithic art of all over the world. More than 30 sessions, workshops, key lectures, exhibitions, visits with live streaming of certain events are being planned. Excursions before and after the congress in Valcamonica and to others areas of the Alps are also being programmed.

The organizers invite session proposals, each led by at least 2 and a maximum of 4 people from at least two organizations. The accepted sessions will be chaired by at least two people attending the congress. The chairpersons of each of the sessions will be asked to promote, invite speakers, coordinate the presentation of papers and edit the session proceedings.

Session proposals should reach the congress secretariat by February 15 2017. The scientific committee will meet on February 28 and the list of chosen sessions will be published.

In the name of the organizing committee will hope to see you in Valcamonica,
Angelo Fossati - General Secretary
Mila Simões de Abreu (CCSP) Andrea Arcà (Footsteps of Man) - Scientific Coordinators

For more information: ifrao2018@ccsp.it

 

Congress Venue | How to reach Valcamonica | TAXI | Accommodation | Meals

Welcome to Valcamonica, a narrow alpine valley, situated north of the cities of Bergamo and Brescia (Lombardy, Italy). At the southern end of the valley lies the beautiful lake Iseo, while in the north are the high peaks such as the Adamello (3554 meters) between the two you find the renowned and world heritage rock art sites of Valcamonica and surrounds.

Congress Venue
The IFRAO 2018 Congress sessions will be hosted at the prestigious venue of Darfo B.T. Congress Centre and in the connected location of the Consolata. The Congress Centre occupies a structure of more than 3,000 sq. m.; designed by Gregotti and Associati studio, one of the most prestigious Italian architectural firms of international renown (for further information - only in italian - click here)

How to reach Valcamonica
Nearest airports: Orio al Serio International Airport (Milan - Bergamo); Linate International Airport (Milan) (140 km); Malpensa International Airport (Milan) (190 km); Airport V. Catullo (Verona) (110 km).
The most convenient way to reach Valcamonica is by car, for details about car rental please click here
Valcamonica can also be reached by bus and train; the nearest stations are Darfo and Boario Terme. You can find the timetables from Brescia and Bergamo on the following sites:
http://www.muoversi.regione.lombardia.it/planner/
http://www.trenitalia.com

The average cost of a taxi from and to major airports
Orio al Serio International Airport (Milan - Bergamo) - Capo di Ponte 90€ (one way)
Linate International Airport (Milan) - Capo di Ponte 120€ (one way)
Malpensa International Airport (Milan) - Capo di Ponte 150€ (one way)
Airport V. Catullo (Verona) - Capo di Ponte 180€ (one way)

Accommodation
The Destination Management Organization (DMO) “Valle Camonica – La Valle dei Segni” is the official partner of IFRAO 2018. Speakers' accommodation packages will be available from January 2018. Below is a table with the approximate accommodation costs.

VALLE CAMONICA HOTELS – Prices from

CATEGORY

PLACE

DOUBLE ROOM

SINGLE ROOM

DISTANCE FROM DARFO B.T.

4-STAR HOTEL

DARFO BOARIO TERME

€ 140,00

€ 80,00

 

3-STAR HOTEL

DARFO BOARIO TERME

€ 60,00

€ 40,00

B&B

DARFO BOARIO TERME

€ 45,00

€ 30,00

3-STAR HOTEL

ANGOLO TERME

€ 77,00

€ 50,00

5,5 KM - 5 MIN

1-STAR HOTEL

ANGOLO TERME

€ 55,00

€ 30,00

2-STAR HOTEL

ARTOGNE

€ 80,00

€ 56,00

8 KM - 10 MIN

3-STAR HOTEL

BRENO

€ 55,00

€ 38,00

14 KM-18 MIN

1-STAR HOTEL

BRENO

€ 60,00

€ 35,00

1-STAR HOTEL

BIENNO

€ 63,00

€ 35,00

12 KM - 15 MIN

B&B

BIENNO

€ 70,00

€ 50,00

3-STAR HOTEL

CAPO DI PONTE

€ 63,00

€ 40,00

23 KM - 25 MIN

B&B

CAPO DI PONTE

€ 75,00

€ 50,00

1-STAR HOTEL

CEVO

€ 45,00

€ 20,00

38 KM -  40 MIN

B&B

CERVENO

€ 65,00

€ 38,00

20 KM - 22 MIN

B&B

CIMBERGO

€ 65,00

€ 30,00

25 KM - 27 MIN

4-STAR HOTEL

BORNO

€ 60,00

€ 45,00

25 KM - 27 MIN

3-STAR HOTEL

BORNO

€ 77,00

€ 50,00

1-STAR HOTEL

BORNO

€ 60,00

€ 35,00

B&B

BORNO

€ 85,00

€ 55,00

B&B

LOZIO

€ 65,00

€ 45,00

25 KM - 27 MIN

 

LAKE ISEO HOTELS – Prices from

CATEGORY

PLACE

DOUBLE ROOM

SINGLE ROOM

DISTANCE FROM DARFO B.T.

3-STAR HOTEL

PISOGNE

€ 66,00

€ 39,00

15 KM-18 MIN

B&B

PISOGNE

€ 45,00

€ 35,00

B&B

MARONE

€ 60,00

€ 80,00

24 KM-20 MIN

4-STAR HOTEL

SALA MARASINO

€ 95,00

€ 70,00

27 KM- 25 MIN

3-STAR HOTEL

SALE MARASINO

€ 66,00

€ 50,00

B&B

SALE MARASINO

€ 65,00

€ 35,00

4-STAR HOTEL

SULZANO

€ 77,00

€ 55,00

30 KM -30 MIN

B&B

SULZANO

€ 100,00

€ 55,00

4-STAR HOTEL

ISEO

€ 110,00

€ 88,00

40KM-35 MIN

3-STAR HOTEL

ISEO

€ 65,00

€ 53,00

B&B

ISEO

€ 66,00

€ 35,00

Meals
A catering service will be organized (under payment) at the Congress venue. The payment of the Congress fee includes the coffee breaks.

 

List of the sessions approved by the scientific committee

A northerners view on rock art. Aspects, mobility and materiality on the Scandinavian Rock Art
Johan Ling, Jan Magne Gjerde (E-mail contact: johan.ling@archaeology.gu.se)

Advances in Rock Art Research from the Kimberley, North-West Australia
Peter Veth, Jane Balme, Sue O’Connor (E-mail contact: peter.veth@uwa.edu.au; jane.balme@uwa.edu.au; sue.oconnor@anu.edu.au)

And the Holocene arrived: Post Palaeolithic Rock Art around the World
Hipólito Collado Giraldo, José Julio García Arranz, Manuel Bea (E-mail contact: hipolitocollado@gmail.com)

Anthropomorphic images in rock art
G. Terence Meaden, Herman Bender (E-mail contact: terencemeaden01@gmail.com)

Archaeoacoustics for rock art studies
Steven J. Waller, Legor Reznikoff (E-mail contact: wallersj@yahoo.com; dominiqueleconte@yahoo.fr)

Challenges and changes for rock art research in the digital age
Julian Jansen van Rensburg. Bernadette Drabsch, Rebecca Döhl (E-mail contact: rabbobi@zedat.fu-berlin.de; Bernadette.Drabsch@newcastle.edu.au; rebecca.doehl@hu-berlin.de)

Cultural context and significant of Eastern Polynesia and Easter Island‘s rock art and pictographs
Patricia Vargas Casanova, Claudio Cristino-Ferrando (E-mail contact: kiritino@gmail.com)

Current Research in the Rock art of the Eastern Sahara
Paolo Medici, Maria Carmela Gatto, Paweł Lech Polkowski, Heiko Riemer, Frank Förster (E-mail contact: paolo.medici@hotmail.com; ppolkowski@o2.pl; mcg25@leicester.ac.uk; heiko.riemer@uni-koeln.de; frankfoerster@gmx.de)

Distribution, chronology and territoriality of upper Palaeolithic rock art. New discoveries and new approaches towards a review of the the phenomenon
Dario Sigari, Marco Garcia Diez, Valerie Feruglio (E-mail contact: dariothebig@anche.no; feruglio@free.fr)

Experiences of Colonisation: Rock art as a ‘subaltern’ narrative of Indigenous and First Nation Peoples lived experiences during colonial times
Daryl Wesley, Chris Buco, Jane Fyfe (E-mail contact: daryl.wesley@flinders.edu.au; Jane.Fyfe@research.uwa.edu.au; jafy62@live.com.au; archeocris@icloud.com)

Inscriptions in rock art
Stefania Casini, Angelo Eugenio Fossati, Blanca María Prósper, Joan Ferrer i Jané, Mohammed Maraqten (E-mail contact: scasini@comune.bg.it; indoling@usal.es; mmaraqten@qu.edu.qa; joan.ferrer.i.jane@gmail.com)

The history of rock art research
Jamie Hampson, Joakhim Goldhahn (E-mail contact: jamie.hampson@york.ac.uk)

Made for being visible. Developing 3D methodologies for the study of rock art carvings. Managing suitability in sites with Rock Art
Miguel Carrero-Pazos, Benito Vilas-Estévez, Alia Vázques-Martínez (E-mail contact: miguel.carrero@usc.es; benito.arborearqueoloxia@gmail.com; alia.vazquez.mtnez@gmail.com; miguel.carrero.pazos@gmail.com)

Managing sustainable rock art site
Tiziana Cittadini, Ramon Montes, Luis Jorge Gonçalves (E-mail contact: rmontes@prehistour.eu; tiziana.cittadini@ccsp.it)

Mens simbolica (Symbolic mind): questions on the mythic-symbolic process, from prehistory to the present day
Umberto Sansoni, Pier Luigi Bolmida, Federico Mailland, Gabriella Brusa Zappellini (E-mail contact: dip.ccsp@gmail.com; ala.archeo@libero.it)

Modern (re)uses of rock art: art, identity and visual culture
Andrzej Rozwadowski, Jamie Hampson, Marta Smolinska (E-mail contact: rozw@amu.edu.pl; jamie.hampson@york.ac.uk; martasb@op.pl)

New research in the rock art traditions of the Alps
Andrea Arcà, Angelo Eugenio Fossati, Damien Daudry, Silvia Sandrone (E-mail contact: ae.fossati@libero.it; aa_arca@yahoo.it; d.daudry@libero.it; ssandrone@departement06.fr)

“On the shoulders of giants”. People and Oral history in Rock-art
Mila Simões de Abreu, Pamela Smith, Guillermo Munoz, Cristina Gastaldi (E-mail contact: msabreu@utad.pt)

Pastoral Graffiti. Old World case studies in interpretative ethnoarchaeology
Giovanni Kezich, Marta Bazzanella, Silvia Sandrone, Adriana Gandolfi (E-mail contact: g.kezich@museosanmichele.it; m.bazzanella@museosanmichele.it; ssandrone@departement06.fr; adrianagandolfi2014@libero.it)

Pigments: from science to art
Ana Isabel Rodrigues, José Mirão, Peter Vandenabeele (E-mail contact: ana.rodrigues@ipma.pt)

Public policies and rock art, between research and preservation
Valerie Feruglio, Nathalie Fourment, Jacques Jaubert, Roberto Ontañon Peredo (E-mail contact: feruglio@free.fr; ontanon_r@cantabria.es)

Recent research developments in rock art research in the Middle East, Caucasus and neighbouring areas
Angelo Eugenio Fossati, Mohammed Maraqten, Dario Sigari (E-mail contact: ae.fossati@libero.it; mmaraqten@qu.edu.qa; dariothebig@anche.no)

Recent Rock Art Research in North America
Mavis Greer, James D. Keyser, Jack Brink (E-mail contact: mavis@greerservices.com; jkeyserfs@comcast.net)

Representations and Symbolism of Death in Rock Art
Larissa Mendoza Straffon, Roberto Martínez González (E-mail contact: mslariss@hotmail.com; nahualogia@yahoo.com.mx)

Representations of weaponry and tools in prehistoric, protohistoric and traditional tribal communities: an approach by archaeology and anthropology
Ana M. S. Bettencourt, Hugo Aluai Sampaio, Manuel Santos-Estévez, Zulfiqar Ali Kalhoro, Alessandra Bravin (E-mail contact: anabett@uaum.uminho.pt; manuel.santos@mundo-r.com; zulfi04@hotmail.com; alessandra@cobratours-maroc.com)

Rock art - reflections of a cultural heritage
Suely Amancio Martinelli, Suely de Albuquerque, Carlos Xavier de Azevedo Netto (E-mail contact: suelyamancio@hotmail.com; lunalua2001@yahoo.com.br; xaviernetto@gmail.com)

Rock Art and Ethnography
Claire Smith, Sally K. May, Ines Domingo (E-mail contact: claire.smith@flinders.edu.au)

Rock art and human use of space in desert landscapes: a comparative perspective
Guadalupe Romero Villanueva, Zaray Guerrero Bueno, Marcela Sepúlveda (E-mail contact: guada.romero.arq@gmail.com)

Rock Art and World Heritage
Sally K. May, Jan Magne Gjerde, Paul S.C. Taçon (E-mail contact: sally.may@anu.edu.au; jan.magne.gjerde@uit.no; p.tacon@griffith.edu.au)

Rock Art for Bio Cultural Diversity
Kalyan Kumar Chakravarty, Sarit Chaudhury, Banshidhar Malla (E-mail contact: kkchakraborty@cg.nic.in)

Rock art in the Italian peninsula and islands: issues about the relation between engraved rocks, symbols, mountain areas and paths
Renata Grifoni Cremonesi, Anna Maria Tosatti, Anna Depalmas, Françoise Lorenzi (E-mail contact: renata.grifoni@unipi.it; annamariatosatti@gmail.com)

Rock art in landscape of motion
Paweł Lech Polkowski, Heiko Riemer, Frank Förster (E-mail contact: ppolkowski@o2.pl; heiko.riemer@uni-koeln.de; frankfoerster@gmx.de)

Rock Art Science
Robert G. Bednarik, Giriraj Kumar, Tang Huisheng (E-mail contact: robertbednarik@hotmail.com; girirajrasi.india@gmail.com; tanghuisheng@163.com)

Rupestrian archaeology, questions & answers: tools, methods and purposes
Andrea Arcà, Yang Cai, Paolo Medici, Giulia Rossi, Manuel Santos-Estévez (E-mail contact: paolo.medici@hotmail.com; giulia.rossi1984@hotmail.it; aa_arca@yahoo.it; ycai@cmu.edu)

Rupestrian expressions in historical periods
Federico Troletti, Philippe Hameau (E-mail contact: fedetroletti@libero.it)

Recurrent themes in world Rock-Art
Michel Jusmand, Pedro Paulo Funari (E-mail contact: micheljustamand@yahoo.com.br; ppfunari@uol.com.br)

Sex, drugs and rock & roll
Mila Simões de Abreu, Cristiane Buco (E-mail contact: msabreu@utad.pt; archeocris@icloud.com)

Shared traditions and cultural diversity in the Prehistoric Mediterranean Rock Art
Maria Giuseppina Gradoli, Guillaume Robin, Claudia Defrasne (E-mail contact: ggradoli@yahoo.it; guillaume.robin@ed.ac.uk; claudia.defrasne@gmail.com)

Statue-stele in Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean basin
Stefania Casini, Angelo Eugenio Fossati, Marta Diaz-Guardamino (E-mail contact: ae.fossati@libero.it)

Stylistic groups and social portrait at the dawn of complex societies
Luis C. Teira Mayolini, Roberto Ontañón Peredo, Marta Díaz-Guardamino, Pablo Arias Cabal (E-mail contact: luis.teira@unican.es; ontanon_r@cantabria.es)

"Things" in rock art of the world
Mila Simões de Abreu, Luis Jorge Gonçalves, Angelo Eugenio Fossati (E-mail contact: msabreu@utad.pt)

 

 

Tuesday 28 August

 
14:30 – 18:30 Registration of Participants

Wednesday  29 August
 
9:00 – 11:00 Opening ceremony and Lecture
11:00 – 11:30 Break
11:30 – 13:00 Sessions
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 16:30 Sessions
16:30 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 19:00 Sessions
19:00 – 20:30 Ice-break party

Thursday 30 August
 
9:00 – 11:00 Sessions
11:00 - 11:30 Break
11:30 – 13:00 Sessions
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 16:30 Sessions
16:30 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 18:30 Sessions
18:30 – 19:30 Plenary Lecture
21:00- 23:00 Night guided visit to a rock art site: Foppe di Nadro and Luine

Friday 31 August
 
9:00 – 13:00 Local Excursions: Naquane National Park, MUPRE and Massi di Cemmo
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 16:30 Sessions
16:30 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 19:00 Sessions
20:00 Lecture and Official Conference dinner

Saturday 1 September
 
9:00 – 11:00 Sessions
11:00 - 11:30 Break
11:30 – 13:00 Sessions
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 16:30 Sessions
16:30 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 18:30 Sessions
18:30 – 19:30 Plenary Lecture
21:00- 23:00 Event: alpine music concert

Sunday 2 September
 
9:00 – 11:00 Sessions
11:00 - 11:30 Break
11:30 – 13:00 Sessions
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 16:30 Sessions
16:30 – 17:00 Break
17:00 – 18:30 Sessions
18:30 – 19:30 IFRAO Meeting
21:00- 23:00 Closing Event

Payment of the full registration fee will entitle delegates to attend all conference sessions, receive conference material including the book of abstracts and to take part in social events and light refreshments (some planned excursions may incur extra costs)

The payment of the registration fee is mandatory for the speakers. We would like to remember to the speakers that the payment of the registration fee will not imply the acceptance of the abstract submitted.

The access to the halls in which there will be the presentations is free.
Payment of the full registration fee will entitle delegates to attend all conference sessions, receive conference material including the book of abstracts and to take part in social events and light refreshments (some planned excursions may incur extra costs)

Registration fees
Early registration (before 31 December 2017) € 100.00 EUR
Late registration (after 31 December 2017) € 150.00 EUR
Student (with student ID) - Early registration (before 31 December 2017) € 60.00 EUR
Student (with student ID) - Late registration (after 31 December 2017) € 100.00 EUR
Gala dinner € 40.00 EUR
night visit to a site with rock art € 15.00 EUR
Local Excursions: parco nazionale di Naquane, MUPRE and Massi di Cemmo € 15.00 EUR

To fill in the registration form click here.

 
XX INTERNATIONAL ROCK ART CONGRESS IFRAO 2018
Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici - tel. +39 0364 42091 - ifrao2018@ccsp.it