All the rock art records produced during the Scotland's Rock Art Project, including the 3D models, are co-produced with local community groups and individuals (Community Teams). The Teams are trained and supported by the Project Team. We currently have several Community Teams working in different parts of Scotland. You can find out more about each of the Teams and what they are doing on their web pages:
Rock Art Bute (RAB)
If you are interested in joining one of our existing Community Teams, please get in touch with us, or contact the Team directly using the contact details on their web page.
If you would like to set up a new Community Team in an area that is not covered by one of our existing Teams, we would be very happy to talk to you about this. You may also like to get in touch with your local archaeology society or special interest group to see other people in your area are interested in being involved.
You find out more about what the Community Teams do on our Getting Involved page.
Scotland's Rock Art Project is an ambitious research-led project co-produced with communities across the country, and involving 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.
Our database contains records for all known prehistoric rock art in Scotland. If you are part of a Community Team, a 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.
If you would like to join our project or if you simple have a burning question about rock art, don't hesitate to contact us. Find our details on this page!