This archive is a repository of several major private collections of rock art data and is open to visitors and researchers. Staff profiles, volunteer programs, collection information, grants, and related links.
Stand Up for the Burrup is the website of Friends of Australian Rock Art, an international campaign group fighting to preserve the world's oldest and largest outdoor rock art landscape at the Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia.
Database of over 10,000 citations to the world's rock art literature, with an emphasis on English language and North American citations. Compiled by M. Leigh Marymor and hosted by the Bancroft Library, Berkley.
Based in the Department of Archaeology at the University of the Witwatersrand, the Institute is devoted to full time research on Southern African rock art and its preservation. Staff and research profile, publications list, and photographs.
A series of articles by James Q. Jacobs on the rock art of the American Southwest. Illustrated with photographs, ink renditions and background graphics. Includes free educational materials and desktop patterns.
University of New Mexico computerized database system for the storage and analysis of rock art data being developed with the support of the National Park Service, the Sandia Pueblo and the Chamisa Foundation.