[globaloutlookDH-l] International Summer School on Digital Art History: Data-Driven Analysis and Digital Narratives (DAHSS18)

Ernesto Priego efpriego at gmail.com
Wed May 30 04:09:27 MDT 2018

Excelente Nuria; qué fascinante e importante iniciativa. Felicidades. He
compartido y pasaré la voz.

Greetings to all.


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On 30 May 2018 at 09:51, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega <nro at uma.es> wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> 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).
> The application period is now open (until June 21). Please, visit:
> http://historiadelartemalaga.uma.es/dahss18/en/applications/
> Intended audience: postgraduate students, academic researchers,
> independent scholars and professionals related to the following
> disciplines: Art History and Visual Studies, Fine Arts, Graphic Design,
> Computer Sciences, Media and New Media Studies and Museum Studies.
> The course has a theoretical-practical orientation: theoretical exchange
> and critical discussions will be combined with practical sessions
> (lab-based sessions) through which participants will work collaboratively
> in common projects.
> The course is organized around three tracks.
> Track A: Data and the Arts: In Track A, lead by Greg Niemeyer (UC
> Berkeley), you will explore what role data can play in the arts from the
> ancient Nilometer to current circulation data and machine vision but also
> addressing artwork that deals explicitly with the cultural deficit around
> data and machine learning. You will learn how to collect data with sensors,
> how to manipulate that data, and how to present it in interactive ways
> online. No coding experience required, we will teach and use javascript and
> p5.js for our weeklong projects, and you will go home with a completed
> project online.
> Track B: Data Analysis: What is the story of art that data tells us? How
> can data analysis create new views on the history of art? What is the
> meaning of a pixel?  In this track B, lead by Harald Klinke (LMU Munich),
> you will learn the basics of data acquisition, scripting and visualization
> in order to gain knowledge and experience necessary for pursuing a
> data-driven Art History (data literacy).  No prior knowledge necessary,
> bring your own laptop.
> Track C: 3D Modeling. This track, lead by Justin Underhill (UCB), will
> explore interactive media using the Unity game engine.  We will experiment
> with different ways of exploring virtual space, and will see how we might
> use augmented and virtual reality to practice Digital Art History.  We will
> also ask ourselves how to best design visualizations and historical
> reconstructions for these environments.
> The program will include a specific session to discuss the challenges of
> publishing in Digital Art History, especially publishing data along with
> research papers.
> For more information, please visit:  http://historiadelartemalaga.u
> ma.es/dahss18/en/
> The iArtHis_Lab research team (www.iarthislab.es)
> --
> 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 (secretaría)
> Fax: 952 133441
> ---------------
> 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 (admin.)
> Fax: 00 34 952133441
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