This week we had a very successful fundraiser hosted by Arts Atlanta (see their article on the archive here). During the event board member, Jan Simek and I gave an overview of how making art became a vital part of the human survival strategy, what the sites look like
and how we are using the newest imaging technologies to preserve the world's oldest images.
"A Generous Donor will match* any contributions to the Archive given in the next week"
We also revealed exciting new discoveries that we have made working on the Unnamed Caves Initiative. The new finds are spectacular, subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date with what we are doing.
Thank you to all who attended. Particular thanks to those who contributed to support our efforts to explore and preserve humanity's oldest stories! A very generous donor has agreed to match any contributions made between now and July 6th. So you can still receive a signed 6x9" print of Ten Negative Handprints for contributions of $100 or more and have your money go twice as far!
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Published by: Stephen Alvarez in unnamed cave