Rock art is subject of lecture
Some of the greatest art treasures in the world are not found in museums or art galleries. Shown is an example of rock art at Buffalo Eddy. Photo provided by the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude.They are not painted on canvas or paper. According to Alyse Cadez, the greatest masterpieces were painted on rocks by ancient hands. It so happens that this rock art is abundant throughout North Central Idaho. 
This Thursday night at 7:00, the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude presents Alyse Cadez, who will guide you to where these treasures can be found and how they were made. Alyse is the education and volunteer coordinator at the Nez Perce National Historical Park. Her presentation will feature activities and a PowerPoint presentation.
This is the second lecture of the 11th Annual Fall Lecture Series at the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude. The lectures are free and take place at Spirit Center. For more information visit

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