Exciting News: Project moving forward/Notizie entusiasmanti: progetto che avanza

Dear friends and supporters, It looks like we will be able to move forward with our summer project. We will be digitizing a collection of artefacts from Libarna, which will include a catalogue, images, and interviews.. We’ll be using ArcGIS StoryMaps as our platform. We will be photographing the artefacts in 360 degrees. We hope also to be able to get some equipment to do some 3D imaging. We’ll be including interviews with local officials, archaeologists, and residents to discuss the importance of the collection and specific artefacts

For some examples see:

https://www.arcgis.com/apps/Shortlist/index.html?appid=e5c9db1eb2764bd3a8b125000eb14ee5 or google “Catálogo de Colectivas de Arte Indígena de la Cuenca del Río Caura – Venezuela”.

and

https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/b22a6a09bb2344ff845d9efd3e4152f7 or google “The Voices of the Grand Canyon”.

Also exciting news: keep an eye out for a post by our research assistant Zoe Yamada Stave, who has written about the environmental history of Libarna. She is a new team member/research assistant and will be joining us this summer.

Please consider a small donation to help the project out. If you can spare $5/£5/5 Euros it all adds up and we are very appreciative. You can donate at http://www.ko-fi.com/LibarnaULP.

Best wishes to all out supporters,

Katie and the LULP team

Cari amici e sostenitori, sembra che potremo portare avanti il nostro progetto estivo. Digitalizzeremo una raccolta di artefatti da Libarna, che includerà un catalogo, immagini e interviste .. Useremo ArcGIS StoryMaps come nostra piattaforma. Fotograferemo i artefatti a 360 gradi. Speriamo anche di riuscire a procurarci delle attrezzature per fare delle immagini 3D. Includeremo interviste con funzionari locali, archeologi e residenti per discutere l’importanza della collezione e di artefatti specifici.

Per alcuni esempi vedere:

https://www.arcgis.com/apps/Shortlist/index.html?appid=e5c9db1eb2764bd3a8b125000eb14ee5 or cerca/google “Catálogo de Colectivas de Arte Indígena de la Cuenca del Río Caura – Venezuela”.

e

https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/b22a6a09bb2344ff845d9efd3e4152f7 or cerca/google “The Voices of the Grand Canyon”.

Un’altra notizia entusiasmante: tieni d’occhio un post della nostra assistente di ricerca Zoe Yamada Stave, che ha scritto sulla storia ambientale di Libarna. È un nuovo membro del team / assistente di ricerca e si unirà a noi quest’estate.

Si prega di considerare una piccola donazione per aiutare il progetto. Se puoi risparmiare $ 5 / £ 5/5 euro, tutto si somma e siamo molto riconoscenti. Puoi donare su http://www.ko-fi.com/LibarnaULP.

I migliori auguri a tutti i sostenitori,

Katie e il LULP team

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