CFParticipation: Digital Art History Workshop Week – May 26-29, 2015

From the announcement:

Conceived as a gentle and easy introduction to some facets of Digital Art History, akin to slowly entering a swimming pool via the shallow section, this four-day event covers some of the more popular areas of DAH (mapping, virtual modeling, augmented reality, online exhibitions, database-building and visualization) and is divided into two parts: Tuesday features rotating showcases of different methods in DAH (to allow you to sample a bit of everything) and the remainder of the week offers free, drop-in-as-you-will workshops so that you can dive in a bit more and get hands on experience with a method or tool. Organized by the Michelle Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture in the Department of Art History and Archaeology at the University of Maryland, these workshops will be run by Collaboratory staff, members of the DIG (graduate students in the Digital Innovation Group), and some old friends.

Find out more: Digital Art History Workshop Week – May 26-29, 2015 | The DIG @ ArtinTerp.