Artists with a keen interest in symbolism, codes, archaeology, astronomy, mythology, or multi-disciplinary research, could learn the methods and sources of the iconographers, in the archaeo-astronomy three-day course. Modules include research methods, sources, archetypal sets, precession, astrology, alchemy, palettes, rock art, crop circles, correspondence theories, classical art, and application exercises.
The presenter, Edmond Furter, is an archaeo-astronomer, journalist, magazine publisher, book editor, and author of ĎAries Agnus dragoní.
Roodepoort courses 2009 Dec 21-23, or 2010 June 21-23, or 2010 June 28-30. R1 800 includes astronomy software, instruction, 1000 digital images, notes, text resources, 3 days with lunches, and a site visit. Book on 083 239 1101 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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