Departmental Events

Intro to Image Processing with Museum Data

Screen Shot 2022 10 19 at 11.47.01 AM

10:00 am | 10/27/2022 | On Zoom | Until 11:30 am | 10/27/2022

This workshop, led by Ana María Zapata Guzmán , will introduce participants to implementations of image processing in art history, especially the mechanics of computer vision as they relate to image collections. Since this workshop coincides with the opening of In Twilight: Ori Sherman’s Creation at the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, we will be using images from the show to explore what digital tools can tell us about pictorial data and representation.    Attendees will learn the basics of computer vision and neural networks for art historical purposes. No prior technical experience is necessary.

Email to sign up for the talk. 

Ana María Zapata Guzmán is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Information and Data Science from the University of California, Berkeley. Since the beginning of 2020, she is Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal for Digital Art History.  She is interested in Artificial Intelligence, especially computer vision, Digital Humanities, Digital Art History, and digital publishing. She is also the editorial assistant of H-ART. Revista de historia, teoría y crítica de arte at the Department of Art History at Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. She studied Art History and Literature at Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. 

Scroll to Top