The Portals of Art History
May 11 - 12, 2007
This colloquium, sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon foundation's grant to the Clark, brought together editors and creators of Web initiatives in art history and related fields, to talk about the past and the future of art history on the Web. This colloquium was convened by Michael Ann Holly, director of the Research and Academic Program, the Clark, and Mark Ledbury, associate director of the Research and Academic Program.
Participants included: Petra ten-Doesschate Chu, Seton Hall University; Catherine Deepwell, University of the Arts, London; Chuck Henry, vice provost and university librarian, Rice University, Fondren Library; Godehard Janzing, Deutches Historisches Museum, Berlin, Germany; Bill Kelly, Jr., editorial director, LatinArt, Los Angeles; Christine Kuan, Grove Art Online/Grove Dictionaries of Art, Oxford University Press; Teresa Lai, project director, The Timeline of the History of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Max Marmor, director of collection development, ARTstor; Jon Prown, director, Chipstone Foundation; Didier Rykner, La Tribune de l’art, Paris, France; William Tronzo, University of California, San Diego; Corinne Welger, Université de Paris I, Institute Michelet, Paris, France and Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe, Sweet Briar College