[globaloutlookDH-l] IV International Meeting for Digital Art History Researchers

Nuria Rodríguez Ortega nro at uma.es
Sat Nov 12 05:05:37 MST 2016


Dear friends,

members of this list may be interested in this event.


IV International Meeting for Digital Art History Researchers

Málaga (Spain), December 15 - 16, 2016
Deadline: November 20, 2016


[This event is sponsored by HDH (Humanidades Digitales Hispánicas. 
Sociedad Internacional), CEHA (Comité Español de Historia del Arte) and 
BBVA Foundation ]


iArtHis_Lab -research group at the University of Málaga-, in 
collaboration with ReArte.Dix (Red Internacional de Estudios Digitales 
sobre la Cultura Artística - Artistic Culture Digital Studies 
International Network), organizes the IV International Meeting for 
Digital Art History Researchers on December 15th and 16th 2016 in 
Málaga, Spain.

This meeting pursues two objectives: gather in a common scenario those 
research initiatives developed at the intersection between art 
historical studies, computational technologies and digital media, as 
well as to develop a sustainable forum to exchange ideas and experiences 
in the field of digital art history and allied areas.

The meeting, that will host two outstanding researchers from the field 
-Maximilian Schich (University of Texas) and Alexandra Saum-Pascual 
(Berkeley University)-, will be articulated in working sessions opened 
to all those who are interested in presenting their investigations and 
projects.

Moreover, as part of this meeting a presentation of the results of the 
Exhibitium Project will be held. Funded by the BBVA Foundation, the 
Exhibitium Project has been developed during the last two years by the 
research group iArtHis_Lab and other international partners. The 
objective of the Exhibitium Project is to to develop new interpretative 
models about art exhibitions through the application of data-driven 
analysis strategies. The main results and conclusions reached during the 
last two years will be presented and discussed.

Call for papers
Academics, independent researchers, curators, professionals in the 
culture field, theorists and artists (either well-established or in 
early stages) wishing to participate are invited to submit proposals by 
November 20 to digitalarthistory en uma.es
Proposals may be presented in any of the official languages of the 
European Union, although the working languages during the meeting will 
be the Spanish and English. Proposals should consist of an abstract of 
no more than 300 words and a short CV by 100 words. Please, include 
name, professional affiliation (if applicable) and email address.

Proposals may include, but are not limited to, the following topics:

- Archives, repositories, sustainability and preservation
- Copyright, licensing and open access
- New strategies for analysis: data mining, simulation, modeling, 
visualization.
- Digital Art History – Institutional Support
- Digital Art History – Curricula and Pedagogy
- Digitalization and resources creation
- Geospatial analysis applied to art historical studies
- Images Processing
- Mobile Apps and mobile design in art history and cultural studies
- Semantic Web Strategies
- Digital edition and publication
- Digital narratives and new media
- Digital artistic practices
- Critical problems related to digital culture and culture 
digitalization
- Transdisciplinary and collaborative environments in the field of 
artistic culture

Invited Speakers
Miximilian Schich (Professor for Arts and Technology at the University 
of Texas at Dallas and founding member of the Edith O’Donnell Institute 
of Art History).
Alexandra Saum-Pascual (Assistant Professor of Spanish at the University 
of California, Berkeley, and member of the Executive Committee of the 
Berkeley Center for New Media).

Scientific Committee
Juan Luis Suárez (Western Ontario University, Canada), Harald Klinke 
(Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Munich), Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel (École 
Normale Supérieure, Paris), Mª Luisa Bellido Gant (Granada University), 
José M.ª Alonso Calero (Málaga University), Fátima Díez Plata (Santiago 
de Compostela University), Martine Denoyelle (Institut National 
d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris), Pau Alsina (Universitá Oberta de 
Catalunya), Greg Niemeyer (Berkeley University)

Director of the Meeting
Nuria Rodríguez Ortega (Málaga University)

Technical Secretariat
Carmen Tenor Polo (Málaga University)
Bárbara Romero Ferrón (Málaga University)

For detailed information of the meeting, please, visit the official 
website at: http://historiadelartemalaga.uma.es/ehad/?lang=en


-- 
Nuria Rodríguez Ortega
Directora Dpto. Historia del Arte
Universidad de Málaga
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
Campus de Teatinos, s/n
Málaga, 29071
Telf.: 952 132223 / 952131690
Fax: 952 133441

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Professor and Chair of the Art History Department
University of Málaga (Spain)
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
Campus de Teatinos, s/n
Málaga, 29071 (Spain)
Phone: 00 34 952132223 / 952131690
Fax: 00 34 952133441



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