Scotland's Rock Art Project has now finished, but you can find out more about prehistoric carvings in Scotland, Britain and around the world in our About Rock Art pages on this website. If you are interested in looking for and recording rock art, there is lots of information on how to do this in our Record pages, and you can find detailed guidance notes on all aspects of rock art recording, from identifying prehistoric carvings to photographing and 3D modelling on our Guidance page.
If you want to add new data to an existing rock art record or report a new rock art site, please see our guidance on Rock Art Recording and Sharing data on Canmore
If you have any specific questions about rock art in Scotland, please contact Historic Environment Scotland at the address below:
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scotland's Rock Art Project was an ambitious research-led project co-produced with communities across the country, and involved a number of specialists, institutions, and partners. Find out about us in this section.
Scotland's Rock Art Project is a five-year project working with local communities to record, research and raise awareness of prehistoric carvings in Scotland, using detailed recording methods and 3D digital modelling techniques.
Scotland's Rock Art Project was developed by a small team of specialists with many years of experience in this field. Find out more about our specialists, their work, and their expertise.
Public engagement lay at the heart of Scotland's Rock Art Project, and our research was informed by the work of our dedicated Community Teams. You can find out more about our Teams on this page!
Our database contains records for all known prehistoric rock art in Scotland. If you are a member of the public, student, heritage professional, researcher, or enjoy roaming the countryside in search of rock art, this is a good place to find out more.
Our Blog is the voice of our Community Teams. This is where you can find out more about their involvement with the project, their work, and their discoveries, in their own words.