CONF: Digital Humanities (Rome, 23-24 May 18)

Rome, May 23 – 24, 2018

DIGITAL HUMANITIES
PER LA PRATICA ACCADEMICA E CURATORIALE | FOR ACADEMIC AND CURATORIAL PRACTICE

VI Giornata Internazionale di Studi Dottorali del Rome Art History Network

A cura di Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN) e Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

Coordinata da Matteo Piccioni (Sapienza – Università di Roma/RAHN)

 

23 MAGGIO 2018

Biblioteca Angelica
Piazza S. Agostino 8, Roma

14.00 APERTURA DEI LAVORI
Francesca Parrilla (University of Notre Dame/RAHN)
Matteo Piccioni (Sapienza – Università di Roma/RAHN)

Introduzione
Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN)
Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

14.20 SESSIONE I. L’investigazione storica tramite le Digital Humanities
Chair: Silvia Tita (National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts)

14.35 Jorge Jiménez (Universidad de Salamanca),
La digitalizzazione dei manoscritti medievali. Alcuni rischi e vantaggi

14.55 Alberto Faria (Universidade de Lisboa),
Between light and shade: Present and future of the Collection of Prints – University of Lisbon, Faculty of Fine-Arts

15.15 DISCUSSIONE

15.30 PAUSA CAFFÈ

16.00 SESSIONE II. La digitalizzazione degli archivi e la tutela del patrimonio culturale
Chair Valeria Vitale (University of London)

16.15 Dario Haux (Universität Luzern),
Sul paradigma della preservazione del nostro patrimonio globale con l’informatica digitale

16.35 Ji Young Park (Technische Universität Berlin),
Digital provenance research for Asian art: revealing an object’s past, reconstructing its discourse

16.55 Martina Massarente (Università degli Studi di Genova),
La piattaforma virtuale del DIRAAS (Unige): applicazione informatiche per la storia della critica d’arte e la fotografia

17.15 DISCUSSIONE

17.30 CONFERENZA
Caroline Bruzelius (Duke University)

18.15 RINFRESCO

 

24 MAGGIO 2018

American Academy in Rome
Via Angelo Masina 5, Roma

14.00 SALUTI
Lindsay Harris (American Academy in Rome)
Ariane Varela Braga (Universität Zürich/RAHN)

14.10 SESSIONE III. L’Interazione tra le Digital Humanities e l’oggetto storico artistico
Chair Bissera Pentcheva (Stanford University/American Academy in Rome)

14.25 Kelly E. McClinton (Indiana University),
The resting satyr: a digital exhibit in augmented

14.45 Leonardo Impett (Digital Humanities Institute, EPFL),
Notation, alienation and operationalisation in digital Art History

15.05 DISCUSSIONE

15.20 PAUSA CAFFÈ

15.50 SESSIONE IV. Le Digital Humanities nel mondo dell’editoria
Chair Allison Levy (Digital Scholarship Editor, Brown University)

16.05 Giuditta Cirnigliaro (Rutgers University),
The digital reconstruction of Leonardo’s library: revealing formal patterns in Early Modern thought

16.25 Olga Hajduk (Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences),
The power of tools. Reflection on digital art history possibilities in relation to research on Early Modern sculpture and creating art objects catalogues

16.45 Stefania de Vincentis (Università di Ferrara),
Gli archivi digitali come strumento per l’audience development. Elementi dal tavolo di lavoro su ICT e Cultural Heritage della Commissione Europea 2017

17.05 DISCUSSIONE

17.20 TAVOLA ROTONDA
Le Digital Humanities e la conservazione del patrimonio culturale
Giacomo Massari (TorArt, Carrara)
Isabella Baldini, Giulia Marsili, Lucia Orlandi (Università di Bologna)

17.50 CONCLUSIONI
Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN)
Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

18.00 RINFRESCO

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Reference: CONF: Digital Humanities (Rome, 23-24 May 18). In: ArtHist.net, May 15, 2018. <https://arthist.net/archive/18139>.

CONF: Roads, Routes and Networks (Cambridge, 30 Apr 18)

Cambridge (MA)
Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard University
RCC Conference Room
26 Trowbridge St.
April 30, 2018

Roads, Routes and Networks: Visualizing Art Historical Information
Digital Humanities Colloquium

Space and movement have always been fundamental for art history, through concepts such as center and periphery, roads for global exchange, or the experience of travel, among others. Geographical Information Systems are transforming the traditional ways to visualize these disciplinary discourses about dissemination, innovation and evolution. Continue reading “CONF: Roads, Routes and Networks (Cambridge, 30 Apr 18)”

CFP: Exhibition Databases (Vienna, 14-16 Jun 18)

Vienna, June 14 – 16, 2018
Deadline: Mar 2, 2018

exhibitions.univie.ac.at

Workshop: Exhibition Databases

From 14th to 16th June 2018, the research project “Exhibitions of Modern European Paintings 1905-1915” will be hosting a workshop in Vienna. In this project we are building an open-access database compiling exhibitions and all accompanying information that showed modern painting, mainly in Europe, between 1905 and 1915. The objective of the database is to visualise and thus trace the chronology and geography of new art forms and “-isms” that were, at the beginning of the 20th century, often founded within and/or spread via the context of art exhibitions. The database will be accessible online by the end of 2018. The project is directed by Prof. Raphael Rosenberg at the Department of Art History of the University of Vienna, and is funded by the Austrian Science Fund. For further details please visit exhibitions.univie.ac.at. Continue reading “CFP: Exhibition Databases (Vienna, 14-16 Jun 18)”

CFP: Digital Humanities for Academic and Curatorial Practice (Rome, 23 – 24 May 18)

Biblioteca Angelica di Roma and American Academy in Rome
Italy
May 23 – 24, 2018

Deadline: Mar 1, 2018

DIGITAL HUMANITIES FOR ACADEMIC AND CURATORIAL PRACTICE

The Digital Humanities have challenged all disciplines of Art History to engage with new interdisciplinary methodologies, learn new tools, and re-evaluate their role within academia. In consequence, art historians occupy a new position in relation to the object of study. Museums have been equally transformed. The possibilities of creating virtual realities for lost/inaccessible monuments poses a new relationship between viewer and object in gallery spaces. Digital Humanities interventions in museums even allow us to preserve the memory of endangered global heritage sites which cease to exist or are inaccessible (celebrated examples including the lost Great Arch of Palmyra reconstructed with a 3D printer). Curatorial practices are now trending towards a sensorial and experiential approach. Continue reading “CFP: Digital Humanities for Academic and Curatorial Practice (Rome, 23 – 24 May 18)”

JOB: Academic Assistant, MediaArtHistories/Digital Humanities, Krems

Danube University Krems
MediaArtHistories/Digital Humanities

 

Institution Type: College / University
Location: Austria
Position: Research Professional

To strengthen our team at the Faculty of Education, Arts and Architecture/Department for Image Science we are looking, for an immediate placement until 14 September 2019, to start as early as possible, for a committed

Academic Assistant for 20 hours/week.
Advertisment No. SB17-0107

Your tasks

  • scientific assistance of the project leader at the Digital Humanities Lab
  • support of the project leader in the implementation of research projects in the field of Digital Humanities
  • organisation and writing of funding proposals
  • support in the preparation of a conference in 2017

Your profile

  • master’s degree in the field of media art histories or image science
  • knowledge in Digital Humanities and Media Art Research, Archive of Digital Art thesaurus research
  • experience of international research applications
  • project experience is advantageous
  • excellent command of spoken and written English
  • high level of communicative and organisational competence
  • ability to work indepently with team-orientation

Your perspective

You may expect a demanding job offering interesting opportunities of career development in a performance-oriented, creative and highly motivated environment.

Persons with disabilities who meet the required qualification criteria are expressly invited to apply for this position and their applications will be given special consideration.

We are looking forward to receiving your application by 21. July 2017

For more detailed information, please see:
https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/230010
http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/en/aktuell/jobs/index.php

Contact: Prof. Dr. Oliver Grau, MAE
Website: http://www.donau-uni.ac.at/dbw
Primary Category: Digital Humanities
Secondary Categories: Art / Art History
Posting Date: 07/13/2017
Closing Date 07/21/2017

Source: H-Net Job Guide, JOB: Wiss. Mitarbeit MediaArtHistories/Digital Humanities, Uni Krems, accessed 2017-07-18.

L.: Anne Luther, Collecting Contemporary Art: Data Visualization in Qualitative Research

The Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies cordially invites you to attend the upcoming lecture of Dr. Anne Luther.

Monday, 15/05/2017

Dr. Anne Luther, New York/Berlin

Collecting Contemporary Art: Data Visualization in Qualitative Research

The lecture begins at 18:15 and is held in Room A 111, Architecture Building
of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin.

www.fokum.org

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CONF: 3rd DHA Conference – dha2016

The 3rd Digital Humanities Austria Conference will take place in Vienna from the 5th of December to the 7th of December 2016 at the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
Organizer: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Network & Outreach

DHA Conference Program

Register here

Two noteworthy talks on art markets are by Johannes Nathan and Christian Huemer:

Tuesday, 6 December 2016, 14:00-16:00 Collections, Collecting and the Art Market. Digital perspectives for Art Historical Research I (organized by Anna Frasca-Rath)

  • Das “Art Market Dictionary“. Datenerhebung im unebenen Feld
    Johannes Nathan, Nathan Fine Art Zürich/Potsdam & TU Berlin
  • Mapping Markets. Der Getty Provenance Index auf dem Prüfstand
    Christian Huemer, Getty Research Institute