CFP: Visual Resources, issue: Digital Art History

Deadline: Jul 1, 2017 <http://explore.tandfonline.com/cfp/ah/gvir-cfp-digital-art-history-1q2017&gt; Digital Art History – Where Are We Now? Special issue of Visual Resources In 2013, Visual Resources published a special issue devoted to Digital Art History. We recognize that since that date considerable activity has taken place in this area, which was then still in a phase of relative infancy. We feel thatContinue reading “CFP: Visual Resources, issue: Digital Art History”

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CFP: Digital Reconstructions: Italian Buildings and their Decorations, ICMS, Kalamazoo, May 2017

Call for Papers: Digital Reconstructions: Italian Buildings and their Decorations International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, 11-14 May 2017 Organizers: Amy Gillette (Temple University) and Kaelin Jewell (Temple University) Sponsored by the Italian Art Society Historians of medieval architecture have productively used digital technologies to reimagine lost monuments or furnishings, reveal aspects of correspondence in pictorialContinue reading “CFP: Digital Reconstructions: Italian Buildings and their Decorations, ICMS, Kalamazoo, May 2017”

Symposium: Modelling Medieval Vaults

The use of digital surveying and analysis techniques, such as laser scanning, photogrammetry, 3D reconstructions or reverse engineering offers the opportunity to re-examine historic architecture. Digital analysis has enabled new research into design processes, construction methods, structural engineering, building archaeology and relationships between buildings. Recent research on Continental European and Central American architecture has established the significance of these techniques, however, as yet thereContinue reading “Symposium: Modelling Medieval Vaults”

ST STEPHEN’S CHAPEL, WESTMINSTER: Visual and Political Culture 1292-1941 (19 September, 2016)

ST STEPHEN’S CHAPEL, WESTMINSTER: Visual and Political Culture 1292-1941 This major conference will present the results of a three-year project to explore the history of a building at the heart of the political life of the nation for over 700 years. Keynote speakers include Professor David Carpenter (King’s College, London) & Dr Paul Seaward (HistoryContinue reading “ST STEPHEN’S CHAPEL, WESTMINSTER: Visual and Political Culture 1292-1941 (19 September, 2016)”