NORMAN — The fall meeting of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society is devoted to rock art and its value to regional archeology.
Set today at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, the session will draw on speakers with varied backgrounds. They will share the forum with a brief OAS board meeting.
OAS President Debra Baker will preside. An 8:30 a.m. board meeting starts the session in Room 155, Gould Hall, Architecture Building. The building is across the street from the parking garage at the OU football stadium. Free parking is available in the stadium parking garage.
The meeting title is “Petroglyphs and pictographs: An update on regional rock art.” The meeting is open to the public as well as OAS members.
A small admission fee will be charged at the door. Students with I.D. are admitted at half price.
For more information, call Baker at 580-581-3460, email her at email@example.com or Program Chairman Jon Denton, 376-0074 or jonrdenton