ANU School of Art will host a workshop that builds on the growing prominence of digital approaches to the field of art history. The workshop invites postgraduate students to discuss the application of digital technologies to the study of art, architecture, and visual culture with a panel of international and interstate scholars working in this field, including Professor Caroline Bruzelius, founder of Visualizing Venice and Wired! at Duke University.
It is part of a four day digital art history seminar co-organised by Dr Robert Wellington, lecturer at the Centre for Art History and Art Theory, ANU School of Art, and Dr Stephen Whiteman, lecturer in Asian Art History at the University of Sydney, ending with a day long public symposium in Sydney.
Convened by Dr Robert Wellington and Dr Glenn Roe, Centre for Digital Humanities Research, ANU, the opportunity will be of interest to students who are versed in digital approaches to the research of visual culture, as well as those with no prior experience who want to know how technology can expand the possibilities of their work.
The workshop is supported by the Power Institute at The University of Sydney and the ANU Research School of the Humanities and the Arts Visiting Scholars fund.
The Postraguate Workshop in Digital Art History will be held on Tuesday 3 November. To register, please email email@example.com.