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P19. 3D Imaging, Cross-Cultural Collaboration, and Repatriation: Working to Support an NEH Grant to Build an Elk Cultural Heritage Collection for the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho

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  1. Bryan Ricupero

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Category: Communication

Description: Understanding and Communicating the Role of Elk on the Wind River Reservation is a three year grant funded initiative to create an inter-tribal digital cultural heritage collection that can be used for K-12 curriculum design throughout the state of Wyoming. This poster will include a visualization of the collaborative relationships built throughout the first year of work. This includes relationships between groups and individuals, as well as relations between people and the collection itself. The poster will also demonstrate a timeline that highlights artifact identification and location, describe the workflows developed to capture both 2D and 3D images for the collection, and explain the repatriation effort and its progress up to that point.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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