CFP: Image/Interface Symposium, Toronto, May 13-14 2016

Image/Interface Symposium University of Toronto, Friday May 13 and Saturday May 14, 2016Co-hosted by the Department of Arts, Culture, and Media, University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) and the Jackman Humanities Institute (JHI), University of Toronto St. George. Deadline for submission of abstracts: Monday, February 29, 2016. Notification of acceptance: Mid-March 2016. Keynote Speakers  The Otolith […]

Doing Digital Art History: a data-mining project on open content

http://blog.martinbellander.com/post/115411125748/the-colors-of-paintings-blue-is-the-new-orange Here’s a little data-mining project I absolutely love: charting the colours used in paintings throughout history, by analyzing the pixels of digitized artworks hosted online. (The obvious caveat is to make sure you’re sampling from collections digitized with some fidelity, instead of, say, most of these copies … ) The creator put all of […]

Student Project Opportunity: Digital Database Coordinator, HERE Arts Center, NY, NY

Digital Database Coordinator Project Position HERE Arts Center, located at 145 Spring Street at Dominick in New York City, has embarked on an archival project to organize and access archival holdings for the creation of a visual history of HERE, including work as Tiny Mythic and HOME for Contemporary Theater along with HERE’s many theater […]

Student Research Paper Award from ASIS&T: “What do Information and Technology Mean to the Arts and Humanities?”

http://ischoolgroups.sjsu.edu/asistsc/studentresearchaward/ The deadline for this award is March 25th, 2015 – it appears to be only open to current students, not recent graduates, although you might want to confirm that via email if you’re interested. The monetary award amount will be announced in February for both the Masters and PhD prizes; winners are invited to […]

Notes from the ARLIS/NA-MW Virtual Conference

On November 15th, ARLIS/NA-MW hosted the virtual conference Wide Angle: Perspectives on Visual + Media Arts Information. Here are some highlights from two of the talks that were presented. Nicole Beatty, the Arts & Humanities Librarian at Weber State University, gave the presentation titled Digital Humanities: What is it and what does it mean for […]

Defining the Digital Humanities event at Columbia University

What do digital humanities scholars see as the potential of this interdisciplinary field? Find out. Defining the Digital Humanities Wednesday, April 6, 2011, 12:00-2:00 PM 555 Lerner Hall, Morningside Guests who do not have a Columbia University ID must RSVP to kp2002@columbia.edu by Tuesday, April 5. Panelists include Dan Cohen, Director of the Center for History and […]