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Wednesday, April 6 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Demystifying Digital Art History: Past, Present, and Future

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Join us for a panel discussion exploring the history of digital art history, its methods, and current trends. It begins with an overview of Digital Art History, followed by a paper illuminating project management practices and then a case study of how an object-oriented art historian pivoted her research during the pandemic to include digital methodologies. Lastly, an introduction to ARLIS/NA's Digital Art History Directory.

Visibility and Invisibility in (Digital) Art History: A Critical Overview
Paul B. Jaskot, Department Chair, and Professor of Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Duke University

Making Digital Art History Happen: Resources and Methods
Hannah Jacobs, Digital Humanities Specialist, Duke University Digital Art History & Visual Culture Research Lab

Digging into the Data: Employing Digital Tools as an Object-based Art Historian
Lauryn Smith, Digital Art History Fellow, The Frick Art Reference Library, and Ph.D. Candidate in Art History at Case Western University.

An Introduction to ARLIS/NA’s Digital Art History Directory
Samantha Deutch, Digital Art History Lead, The Frick Art Reference Library
Michelle Wilson, Digital Publishing Librarian, Butler Library, Columbia University
Sponsored by Columbia University

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Frick Art Reference Library


Samantha Deutch

The Frick Art Reference Library

Michelle Wilson

Columbia University


Hannah Jacobs

Duke University

Lauryn Smith

Case Western University

Paul B. Jaskot

Duke University

Wednesday April 6, 2022 8:30am - 10:00am CDT
Regency Ballroom A