On April 14th, 2023, attendees of our annual Rendezvous were treated to a series exploring the relationship between falconry and art. At the banquet the next day there was a Keynote from falconer-artist Mark Upton. For those of you who missed them, here are those presentations.
Renowned falconer and artist Mark Upton gives the keynote talk at the 2023 Rendezvous at The Archives of Falconry.
"Breathing new life into old falconry literature"
Marisol Pacchiano is a falconer and painter from Mexico. The theme of the 2023 Rendezvous was the relationship between falconry and art.
Artist/sculptor Ross Mattesson discusses his work at the 2023 Rendezvous. Ross is a renowned sculptor from the Pacific Northwest.
Utah falconer, artist, taxidermist, and hoodmaker Steve Tait discusses his work at the 2023 Rendezvous.
South Korean falconer, artist, and craftsman Dong-Seok Woo discusses traditional Korean falconry craft at the 2023 Rendezvous.
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