Art History in the Age of Big Data
7:30 pm | 11/13/2015 | 308A Doe Library
Elizabeth Honig, Associate Professor of History of Art, UC Berkeley, specialist in European art 1400-1700<br>Melissa Geisler Trafton, Senior Researcher, Fitz H. Lane Project, specialist in nineteenth-century American art
Art history’s data-based foundation has regained interest in the digital age, as new tools are developed to create interactive learning and research experiences. The presenters will discuss their online projects linking information about artworks to rich caches of data.
Please bring your own sandwich; sodas will be provided.
Margaretta M. Lovell, Jay D. McEvoy, Jr., Professor of American Art, UC Berkeley, specialist in American and English art and architecture 1700–present
The Townsend Center for the Humanities
Digital Humanities, Arts & Humanities Division, College of Letters & Science
Jay D. McEvoy, Jr., Chair in American Art Funds
History of Art Department