Past Perspectives: Ice Age Art

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Adults, 55+
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The Library is proud to partner with Active Minds and community experts for an ongoing series of lectures to foster lifelong learning. Free. Drop in.

April: Ice Age Art The painted caves of the European Ice Age represent the earliest form of art, and contain important information about the rituals and communication of that time. G.E. Kennedy will share their expertise in the discovery and current interpretations of the art form.

G.E. Kennedy, Ph.D Professor Emeritus of UCLA Department of Anthropology has studied and lectured on human evolution from a number of perspectives including skeletal evolution, ancient medicine, the development of pharmacology and medical treatments, and the changing ideals of beauty throughout world history.

May: Scotland

June: Lewis and Clark Expedition

Ages 55+


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