[GeoHumanities SIG] Digital Art History Symposium

Hannah L Jacobs hannahlj at gmail.com
Tue Jan 12 15:06:12 CET 2016


Greetings -- Could you please share the below?

Thank you!

Hannah

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Hannah L. Jacobs
Multimedia Analyst, Wired! Lab, Duke University
@dukewired
dukewired.org

****Apps, Maps & Models: Digital Pedagogy and Research in Art History,
Archaeology & Visual Studies****

February 22, 2016
Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University
Durham, NC, USA
http://sites.duke.edu/digsymposium/

Free & open to the public. Registration required:
http://sites.duke.edu/digsymposium/events/

This one-day symposium will examine how digital tools prompt new approaches
to teaching and research in art and architectural history, as well as in
archaeology and visual studies. Databases, mapping, modeling, animations,
and websites are also transforming the ways in which scholars and museums
can communicate information to the public. Above all, digital tools
stimulate entirely new types of research questions on the production and
dissemination of works of art and material culture, the construction of
buildings and cities, and issues of process and change over time.


*Sponsored by the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies and the
Wired! Lab.With generous support from the Duke University Office of the
Vice Provost for Research, Office of the Dean of Humanities, Office of the
Vice Provost for the Arts, and the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University*
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