Wired! Goes Down Under

November 2, 2015 — November 5, 2015
Australia
Caroline Bruzelius

Professor Caroline Bruzelius will be traveling to Australia this coming week to speak in Sydney and Canberra on Wired! Lab projects:

 

Digital Approaches in the Study of Early-Modern Visual Culture

November 2-4, 2015

Canberra, Australia

Presented by the Australian National University and The Power Institute Foundation at the University of Sydney

Professor Bruzelius will present “The Kingdom of Sicily Image Database: Creating a Scholarly Resource”.

 

Recasting the Question: Digital Approaches in Art History and Museums

November 5, 2015

Sydney, Australia

Presented by The Power Institute Foundation at the University of Sydney and the Research School of Humanities and the Arts, Australian National University, with support from the Asia Art Archive.

Professor Bruzelius will deliver the keynote address, “Digital Thinking and Art History: Re-Imagining Teaching, Research, and the Museum”.

 

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The Lives Of Things Color Projection Exhibit Unveiled at the Nasher

Nasher10 Homecoming to feature Lives of Things

October 4, 2015
Nasher Museum of Art

12:00-4:00PM
Caroline Bruzelius, Mark Olson, Guillermo Sapiro, Mariano Tepper

UPDATE: Read a recap of the event.

The Wired! Lab’s Lives of Things, a project co-led by Caroline Bruzelius, Mark Olson, Guillermo Sapiro, and Mariano Tepper, will be featured as part of the Nasher Museum of Art’s Homecoming event Sunday, October 4th, from 12:00-4:00p.m. Over the summer, the Nasher’s permanent exhibition gallery was renovated to create a space better suited to sharing with the public the museum’s fine permanent collection. The Homecoming celebrates the reopening of the permanent exhibit and features projects such as the Lives of Things, which digitally augments the Nasher’s permanent collection to provide visitors with new ways to understand artifacts’ original context. The mobile application that will be featured with the permanent collection this academic year enables visitors to digitally recolor medieval statues as they may have been painted at the time of their creation.

The Lives of Things’ faculty and postdoctoral leaders will speak about the project as part of the premiere of the Nasher’s new speaking series, NED Talks (Nasher, Education, Duke). More information about the public event can be gathered from the Save the Date below.