This website has been set up to promote my travel slide shows and help you learn about the entertaining and educational programs I have to offer your audience. I have made presentations for libraries, senior groups, theaters, schools, community colleges, fundraisers, retail stores, and the Denver and Loveland Art Museums. More than 50 audiences have enjoyed these programs in Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming and California.
All my shows are designed for the general public and are appropriate for all ages. They are a combination of travel, culture, and archaeology. The programs feature the Maya of Central America or the Ancestral Puebloan Anasazi of the American Southwest. I visit all the locations, up close and personal, and take all the photographs you see in the shows.
Your audience will really enjoy these interesting, 90-minute laptop and projector presentations with live narration by Richard Grant, including preview slides and pre-recorded music before the regular show. You can offer one of these photographic trips through time at your venue or organization. Enter my website above to learn about the programs I offer, more photos, references, comments, related links, and much more.
Actun Tunichil Muknal, Becan, Bonampak, Cacaxtla, Calakmul, Caracol, Chacchoben, Chicanna, Chichen Itza, Cholula, Coba, Copan, Dzibilchaltun, Edzna, Ek Balam, El Cedral, El Mirador, El Rey, El Tajin, Ix Chel, Kabah, Kaminaljuyu, Labna, Mitla, Monte Alban, Muyil, Palenque, Piedras Negras, Quirigua, San Gervasio, Sayil, Tenayuca, Tenochtitlan (Templo Mayor and Tlatelolco), Teotihuacan, Tikal, Tonina, Topoxte, Tula, Tulum, Uaxactun, Uxmal, Xlapak, Xochitecatl, Xpuhil, Xunantunich, Yagul, Yaxchilan and Yaxha.
Aztec, Bandelier, Betatakin, Blackwater Draw, Buckhorn Wash, Butler Wash, Canyon de Chelly, Casa Grande, Cedar Mesa, Chaco Canyon and outliers, Chevelon Canyon, Chimney Rock, Comb Ridge, Dinosaur Nat. Mon., Dry Fork Canyon, El Morro, Escalante Pueblo, Fremont Indian State Park, Gila Cliff Dwellings, Grand Canyon, Hawikkuh, Homolovi, Horseshoe Canyon, Hovenweep, Hueco Tanks, Jemez, Kiet Siel, Kuaua, La Cieneguilla, Lowry, Mesa Verde, Moon House, Natural Bridges Nat. Mon., Navaho Nat. Mon., Park of the Canals, Pecos, Petroglyph Nat. Mon., Pueblo Grande, Puye, Rochester Creek, Salinas Pueblos and Missions, Salmon, San Juan River, San Rafael Swell, Sand Canyon, Sego Canyon, Three Rivers Petroglyphs, Tome Hill, Tonto Nat. Mon., Ute Mountain Tribal Park, Village of the Great Kivas, Wupatki; Hopi, Zuni and Navaho Reservations; Acoma, Cochiti, Halona, Isleta, Oraibi, Shipaulovi, San Idelfonso, San Juan, Santa Clara, Santo Domingo, Taos and Walpi pueblos.
Mesoamerican Archaeological Sites Visited:
American Southwest Archaeological Sites Visited:
FEATURING DIGITAL SLIDE PRESENTATIONS ON MAYA AND
ANCESTRAL PUEBLOAN ANASAZI CULTURES AND ARCHAEOLOGY
El Mirador, Guatemala
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