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ARTECHNE – Technique in the Arts, 1500-1950


4 - 14 September 2016
ETH Zurich (Institute gta), University of Zurich (Institute of Art History), Swiss Institute for Art Research (SIK-ISEA), Zurich/Lausanne, and EPFL Lausanne (DHLAB)

Presentation about the ARTECHNE database by Marieke Hendriksen at summer institute Digital Collections in Zürich, 4 – 14 September 2016

Marieke Hendriksen will participate in and present her work on the ARTECHNE database at the summer institute Digital Collections. New Methods and Technologies for Art History in Zürich from 4 to 14 September 2016. The institute is generously funded by the Getty Foundation as part of its Digital Art History initiative.

The Summer Institute on Digital Art History, Zurich 2016, aims at combining reflections on the methodologies and theories of digital art history with a practical hands-on experience. Participants will learn about recent debates and key concepts in digital art history and the digital humanities at large and will gain hands-on experience with research tools and techniques for art historical research. This includes Accessing, Organising and Analysing Digital Collections, Building Digital Collections and Digital Research Tools, Annotation and Re-Use of Collection Data, Data Mining and Researching Historic Archives, Spatial History, Visual Pattern Discovery, Digital Publishing and Scholarly Communication, and Visualising Research History.

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