Grand Challenges of Art History: Digital/Computational Methods and Social Art History

Grand Challenges of Art History: Digital/Computational Methods and Social Art History

Saturday

April 27, 2019

3:00 PM-4:00 PM

Auditorium

225 South St
Williamstown, MA 01267

The Research and Academic Program presents, “Grand Challenges of Art History: Digital/Computational Methods and Social Art History,” a public conversation among leaders in the field about the digital humanities and the possibilities of a digital art history.

Participants include Niall Atkinson (University of Chicago), Horace Ballard (Williams College Museum of Art), Koenraad Brosens (Leuven University), André Dombrowski (University of Pennsylvania), Jacqueline Francis (California College of the Arts), Susan Gagliardi (Emory University), Anne Helmreich (Getty Research Institute), Paul Jaskot (Duke University), Hubertus Kohle (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Institut für Kunstgeschichte), Min Kyung Lee (Bryn Mawr), Barbara McCloskey (University of Pittsburgh), Emily Pugh (Getty Research Institute), and Blake Stimson (University of Illinois, Chicago).

No registration required.

Admission is free. A reception will follow the conversation. We hope to see you there.

This program is made possible by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.