The New York City Digital Art History (NYC-DAH) group brings together local institutions and individuals with an interest in the practice of digital art history. The NYC-DAH is an opportunity for art historians, artists, curators, conservators, students, and members of the GLAM community (galleries, libraries, archives, museums) to meet each other and share knowledge, projects, and initiate collaboration.
The immediate goal of the group is community building. Through the NYC-DH website and community activities, the group aims to connect key institutions and individuals, and build a dynamic network of digital art historians, designers and engineers.
Our first workshop took place on February 11, 2016 at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Join the NYC DAH group to get updates on the group’s activity and upcoming events.
NYC-DAH Steering Group:
Chair: Jason Varone, The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
Burcak Ozludil Altin, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Matthew Israel, Artsy
Gabriel Rodriguez, Columbia University
Katharine Wright, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
NYC Digital Art History
- Call for Interviews: art historians’ perceptions online publications/exhibitions
- 3 years, 2 months ago
- “The Art of Seeing: Aesthetics at the Intersection of Art and Science” (12/10)
- 3 years, 9 months ago
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