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10 months ago
COSTA MESA HISTORICAL SOCIETY PLAQUE DEDICATION
Stephen O'Neil, Cultural Resources Manager at UltraSystems Environmental, Inc., spoke at the Diego Sepulveda Adobe Plaque Dedication in February 2019. The Orange County Historical Commission hosted a dedication ceremony for the second oldest building still standing in Orange County. Mr. O'Neil addressed the historical and cultural importance of the adobe which represents the Native American, Mexican and Anglo communities. The restored adobe now houses a museum which is open the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month from 12-4 pm.
I AM JUANEÑO - NEWPORT BEACH FILM FESTIVAL
Stephen O'Neil, Cultural Resources Manager at UltraSystems Environmental, Inc., was interviewed for the short film I am Juaneño. The film showcases the curation of the Blas Aguilar Adobe in San Juan Capistrano and the preservation of Juaneño heritage. O'Neil, who has researched Juaneño history in the San Juan Capistrano area for over 40 years, provided his expertise in the film.
The film will be presented at the Newport Beach Film Festival in the Saddleback College showcase on 4/27 at 1:30 pm.
Saturday| April 27, 2019
Lido Theater, Newport Beach
1:30 pm ...
UPCOMING PRESENTATION| JAWBONE CANYON
Alan P. Garfinkel Gold, Cultural Consultant at UltraSystems Environmental, Inc., will facilitate a presentation at Jawbone Canyon in the Mojave Desert on 5/25. The presentation will cover the indigenous culture and local rock art of Jawbone Canyon and how those relate to the native Californian religion. Following the presentation will be a screening of the rock art documentary film Talking Stone.
This day-long event will be held at the Jawbone Station Visitors Center.
Saturday | May 25, 2019
28111 Jawbone Canyon Rd.
Mojave, CA 93501
10:00 am - Presentation
2:00 pm - Film screening ...
Join us for a hike this Sunday on Tejon Ranch to observe the verdant spring landscape on the San Joaquin Valley.
There are few spots open for this hike, make sure you sign up today before they fill up.
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CRAF is helping to produce an exciting documentary film about the rock art of the world showcasing the central place of wild sheep and goats to indigenous people over the millennia. This effort publicly shares in an entertaining and educational platform the great importance and central cultural significance of California rock art on the world stage. The documentary emphasizes deep time religious aspects of rock art and helps us understand the meaning and function of some of the most abiding and timeless symbols passed down from our ancient ancestors. ...
UltraSystems Environmental Inc. added 11 new photos — in Los Angeles, California.
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