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CHArt EIGHteenth Annual Conference

The British Academy, 10 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH
DIGITAL ART HISTORY?

Exploring Practice in a Network Society - 14th and 15th November 2002

- CONFERENCE Programme -
Following on from the CHArt Conference last year, this conference will look further at the transformation History of Art is undergoing through engagement with the digital revolution. While presenting developments in teaching and resource management the conference will also consider innovations in online art and new research methods.

DAY ONE - THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14th




9.00 – 9.30


REGISTRATION

9.30 – 9.45


INTRODUCTION - Professor Will Vaughan (Chair of CHArt), Birkbeck College.

9.45 – 10.15


KEYNOTE ADDRESS - Professor Tim Benton, The Open University.



SESSION ONE; TEACHING AND COMMUNICATION


10.15 – 10.45

Tea/coffee




10.45 – 11.20

John Calvelli, The Art Institute of Portland, Oregon, USA.

Art History, Design and the Digital Database.

11.55 – 12.30



Emilie Gordenker, Gallery Systems, London, UK.

Digital Collaboration: Building a Kiosk for Digital Responses.


12.30 – 1.05

Mary Pearce, Kingston University, UK.

Animating Art History: Digital Ways of Studying Colour in Abstract Art.




LUNCH – WITH DEMONSTRATIONS


Session Two; ONLINE ART

2.30 –3.05

Lanfranco Aceti, Central St Martins School of Art, London, UK.

Getting Laid on the Procrustian Bed: Art Practice in the Digital World - One Man Versus One Pixel.

3.05 – 3.40

Melina Berkenwald, Westminster University, London, UK.

Exploring the Use of Digital Technologies in Art Practice.

5.00 – 5.30



CHART AGM






DAY TWO - FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15th

Session Three; ARCHIVES AND RESOURCES


9.30 – 10.05

Mike Leggett, Sydney, Australia.

PathScape - Audio-Visual Indexing in a Landscape.

10.05 – 10.40

Rupert Shepherd, University of Sussex, UK.

Databases and Art History: The Material Renaissance Project.

11.45 – 12.20



Annette A Ward, Margaret E. Graham , K. Jonathan Riley, Institute for Image Data Research, University of Northumbria at Newcastle, UK and Nic Sheen Ibase, UK.

Enhancing a Historical Digital Art Collection:

Evaluation of Content-Based Image Retrieval on Collage.




LUNCH – WITH DEMONSTRATIONS

Session Four; METHODS AND PRACTICES


2.15 – 2.50

Ida Engholm, The IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Digital Style History: The Development of Graphic Design on the Internet.

2.50 – 3.25

Dunja Kukovic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

New Media: Its Aesthetic and Representation.

4.20 – 4.55



Simon Rodwell, The Open University, UK.

DVD and Visual Resources.

DEMONSTRATIONS


Kirk Martinez, University of Southampton, Augmented Reality for Museum Exhibits; Sue Gollifer, University of Brighton, Designing Britain 1945-1975 - The Visual Experience of Post-War Society; Jean Vacher, Surrey Institute of Art and Design, The Crafts Study Centre Digitisation Project; Alistair Dunning, Arts and Humanities Data Service; Lucy Hillary, Dan Matthews, Vickie McGuiness, Vivienne Toye, National Maritime Museum, Collections Online and Maritime Art Greenwich; Mark Millar, ACCESS Computing Limited; May Yao, Intellect (Publishers).


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