#CAA2019: Project Management Strategies for Mid-Stage DAH Projects

The following is the text from my talk on project management for digital art history projects at CAA 2019. Here is the project planning worksheet discussed below. Direct questions to hannah[dot]jacobs[at]duke[dot]edu. Check out the rest of the session at #dahvenice2018.   Hello, I’m Hannah Jacobs, Digital Humanities Specialist for the Wired! Lab for Digital Art […]

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Firenze Scomparsa – Update

The collaborative project ‘Firenze Scomparsa’ aims to develop a framework for geo-locative visualization of Florentine historic buildings and artworks. A digital platform will integrate reconstructed historical settings within a geo-located smartphone app, so that the 3D-visualizations can be experienced in their original site; in their ‘virtually reinstated’ context within museum galleries; and remotely, via a […]

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Fortifications of the city of Trogir: Visualising changes from 220BCE until 1900CE – February 6, 2019 Update

The aim of the project “Fortifications of the city of Trogir: Visualising changes from 220BCE until 1900CE”, as presented at DAH Venice 2018, was to collect data from different sources and to structure them into the GIS database. This GIS database was meant to be a scholarly output that would support schematic 3D models representing […]

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DAH: 3D Geo at College Art Association in February 2019

The Institute organizers will be sharing some of our experiences and initial findings at a special session at the College Art Association Conference on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. The session will take place at the New York Hilton, Concourse A, and will include diverse reflections on the Summer Institute. Victoria Szabo (Chair), “Digital Art History + […]

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