Our members can volunteer to join one of our committees.
Our Education Committee develops materials and activities for children and teachers.
The Conservation Committee works to preserve important rock art and other culturally important sites. They monitor government projects and comment on proposed actions. They also develop material and guidelines to be used in protecting and documenting rock art sites.
The Publications Committee is primarily involved with the publication of our annual American Indian Rock Art publication based on the presentations from our conference.
The Web Committee manages our website.
There are a multitude of tasks that need to be done to create a successful Conference. Everything from on-site management, registration, assistance with field trips, audio-visual and presentation management, to vetting of presenters.
And we always need people with good skills to serve on our Board or in the many other roles that it takes to run a successful organization. Again review our contact sheet to see the many roles that people fill in ARARA.
For those who want to be involved closer to home get in touch with your state and local rock-art advocacy organizations, and the long-term members there will have lots of suggestions for how you can help in your local area.
Whatever your skills, there is a place for you. There is so much to do that it will keep all of us busy and more, for many years to come. Only a small number of those involved with rock art do it as their profession, for a living. Most of us do it because we love it, think it is important, for many wonderful reasons.