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Colombia's Jungle of Forgotten Tears

A few days ago, The Guardian published an article about the discovery of prehistoric rock paintings in a remote part of the Colombian jungle. Filmmaker… 414 more words

Creative Juices

Recently I started attending a pottery class at my local community college. I’m sure I’ll be blogging more about this once I have some finished products to show you, but today my mind is focused on creativity in general. 297 more words


France's Prehistoric Chauvet Cave Opens

The replica of the Chauvet cave at Pont d’Arc is to open its doors. Photo: AFP
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France’s prehistoric Chauvet cave opens… 428 more words

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Opening of the Cave of Pont d'Arc on April 25th

First Came Our Ancestors…

The representations of animals on the walls only came later. Incredible drawings of mammoths, bison, bears, and lions mixed with human handprints. 492 more words

Inspire Me

The Hunt For Leonardo's Cave - Fancy a Great Adventure?

LEONARDO DA VINCI – “It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things” … 210 more words

Chauvet Cave

In 1994, three cave explorers were surveying a cave in the Ardeche region of southern France when they discovered another cave nearby.  That cave, now world-famous, carries the name of the lead explorer: Jean-Marie Chauvet.  2,720 more words


Chauvet Cave: 36,000-Year-Old Movies?

by Chip Walker [1]

In his book La Prehistoire du Cinema, filmmaker and archaeologist Marc Azema argues that some the Chauvet Cave artists (recently discovered cave in southern France) were the world’s first animators, and the artists’ superimposed images combined with flickering firelight in the pitch-black cave to create the illusion that the paintings were moving.   333 more words