Digital Art History, Digital History of Architecture, Visual Culture
Studies, Museology, Digital Cultural Heritage, Social and Cultural
History Studies, Design Research, Information Science, Network Science
The second edition of the Conference Digital Art History – Methods, Practices, Epistemologies
is aiming at bringing together established and early career scholars,
independent researchers, and professionals involved with the
transdisciplinary digital research initiatives, who are interested in
critically examining most recent developments in the field of Digital
University of Vienna, Department of Art History, July 4 – 05, 2019 Deadline: May 15, 2019
Forum: Digital Art History Austria is part of the 4th Art + Science
Conference on Empirical Methods in Art History and Visual Studies. The
aim of this conference series is to provide a platform for new
approaches in the art sciences and to support exchange among scholars
interested in empirical approaches to art research.
Málaga (Spain), July 29 – August 3, 2019 Deadline: May 28, 2019
IV Edition: Digital Art History Summer School: Data-Driven Analysis and Digital Narratives
We are pleased to announce that the International Summer School on Digital Art History (DAHSS), a joint initiative of the University of Málaga and the University of Berkeley, with the collaboration of the Ludwig Maximilian Universität of Munich, will celebrate the fourth edition from July 29 to August 3 (2019) in Málaga (Spain).
The Vienna Center for the History of Collecting is very pleased to announce its forthcoming workshop “Watteau, Gersaint And The Art Trade In Paris Under The Regency: A New Contextualisation Offered By Digital Technologies” led by Prof. Sophie Raux.
Date: 12th March 2019, 10:00-12:00
Location: Institute für Kunstgeschichte, Seminarraum 4, Garnisongasse 13, 1090 Wien
Places are limited. Please register by 5.3.2019: email@example.com
International Summer School on Digital Art History (DAHSS)
Málaga, September 3 – 08, 2018 Deadline: Jun 21, 2018
We are pleased to announce that the International Summer School on Digital Art History (DAHSS), a joint initiative of the University of Málaga and the University of Berkeley, will celebrate the third edition from September 3 to 8 (2018) in Málaga (Spain).
Under the title of Data-Driven Analysis and Digital Narratives, DAHSS pursues two objectives: a) to configure an interdisciplinary framework to expand the IT skills of students, scholars and professionals dealing with the production, representation and communication of knowledge in the fields of Art History, Visual Culture and Cultural Heritage; b) to build a environment where creative, innovative and collaborative research practices are encouraged and promoted. Continue reading “ANN: Summer School: Data-Driven Analysis and Digital Narratives (Malaga, 3-8 Sep 18)”→
September 3, 2018 – April 12, 2019 Deadline: Jun 1, 2018
Call for members: Major new Institute opens at King’s College London with Getty Foundation support
Institute in Ancient Itineraries: The Digital Lives of Art History
This 18-month Institute in Digital Art History is led by King’s College London’s Department of Digital Humanities (DDH) and Department of Classics, in collaboration with HumLab at the University of Umeå, with a grant support provided by the Getty Foundation as part of its Digital Art History initiative.
University Computing Centre
November 12 – 14, 2018 Deadline: May 31, 2018
The conference organized in Zagreb, Croatia by the Institute of Art History, University Computing Centre, and DARIAH-HR is aiming at bringing together established and early career academics, the researchers from the independent digi-labs and professionals involved with the transdisciplinary research initiatives, who are interested in critically examining recent methodological, analytical and theoretical developments in the field of Digital Art History.
We invite proposals for individual papers on all aspects of the following, broadly defined subjects:
digital art history tools – the application of digital tools, techniques and methodologies drawn from Information Science and related disciplines used to create new approaches and understandings of art history, architecture, design and visual culture
digital art history infrastructures – institutional and technological framework of Digital Art History: development, and accessibility of digital research infrastructures, services and resources (libraries, archives, data repositories, databases, digital museum and cultural heritage collections); institutional support and availability of new technologies
digital art history practices – collaborative research groups, research networks and platforms; interdisciplinarity, transdisciplinarity, theories and epistemologies of Digital Art History
digital art history polices – ‘power centres’ and ‘new’ peripheries – economic, social, political and cultural dimension of Digital Art History and its capacity for self-reflection