Kimberley Visions COVID-19 Update

Kimberley Visions has now completed four major field seasons between 2016 and 2019. The final planned fieldwork for the project was scheduled for June, to be based in Wyndham and focussed on community-based work, outreach, minor archaeological recordings, and boat survey with project partners DBCA.

With the outbreak of COVID-19 the decision to postpone fieldwork was made. The Visions team has redirected it’s time and energy to focus on data audit in preparation for handback of data to Balanggarra at the conclusion of the project, analysis, and research outputs. PhD candidates Ana Motta, Marine Benoit and Mariangela Lanza each continue with their research, with Emily Grey joining the Visions cohort – this time as a PhD candidate looking at human-plant relationships in Kimberley rock art.

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