On Wednesday 17/02/2021 Dr. Iakovos Panagopoulos (Academic Scholar of Audio Visual Arts Department) is invited by UCLan's Centre for Field Archaeology and Forensic Taphonomy to present his field research work with StoryLab (Skills Training for Democratised Film Industries) in Bakersfield California.
This event focuses on exciting new discoveries in Native California on solstitial sunlight interactions with rock art and hallucinogens at the painted site known as Pinwheel Cave.
Dr. Panagopoulos will present the workshops that he led, on behalf of the StoryLab, with the use of Ethnomediaology with the participation of Tejon Native American community. Ethnomediaology is an interdisciplinary approach inspired by practices in Ethnomusicology and Autoethnography. Ethnomediaology involves the active and immersive participation of researchers in the research culture and process, using this active personal engagement as a basis for knowledge generation, data gathering and evaluation.
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