Members of Wired! and Visualizing Venice are pleased to announce the publication of Visualizing Venice: Mapping and Modeling Time and Change in a City. This book presents the ways in which the use of innovative technology can provide new and fascinating stories about places and times within history. It explores the variety of disciplines and analytical methods […]
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Wired! Lab and Visualizing Venice co-founder Professor Caroline Bruzelius will speak as part of Save Venice Boston’s annual lecture series on February 6, 2018. Bruzelius’ lecture “Visualizing Venice: The Story of a City Through Maps and Models” will explore the international collaboration’s structure and its use of 3D modeling and mapping methodologies to create a […]
Interested in joining the team? Stop by the Bass Connections Projects Fair on Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 between 2:30-5:30PM, attend the Bass Connections Information Session on February 9th, and submit an application by February 16th, 2018, at 5:00PM. Members of the Wired! Lab, in collaboration with Duke Libraries, have received a Bass Connections Project Grant […]
M.A. in Digital Art History student Stephanie Manning conducted her thesis on the applications of GIS on the logistics of material transportation in Ancient Rome. She focused on a site-specific case study – the Baths of Caracalla (the largest surviving bathing complex in Rome), and mapped the marble quarries supplying the baths using ArcGIS Pro. […]
Wired! Lab director Paul Jaskot will be one of two keynote speakers at Duke’s annual Research Computing Symposium on January 22, 2018. He’ll be speaking on how data, and especially GIS, have shaped his research. The symposium will also feature a report on Research Computing’s past year and plans for the future, a competitive poster […]
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Thanks to our friends at Duke’s Academic Media Services, we’re pleased to share a virtual tour of A Portrait of Venice, narrated by curator Kristin Huffman. The exhibition will be at the Nasher Museum of Art through December 31st!
**UPDATE: The Call for Proposals has been posted here. The deadline to apply is January 5, 2018.** The Wired! Lab and its Visualizing Venice collaborators are excited to announce a new Visualizing Venice Summer Institute: Advanced Topics in Digital Art History: 3D (Geo)Spatial Networks! This Getty Foundation supported workshop will support interdisciplinary teams focused on […]
Gaby Bloom is a current Wired! Fellow who interned at the Frick Collection in New York this past summer. Here she describes her work with Wired! and how she was able to apply this experience at the Frick: I have been working in the Wired! Lab since my sophomore year when I started working with Professor Huffman […]
**UPDATE: A micro-recap of the symposium.** Members of Visualizing Venice, including Wired! Lab faculty and faculty and students from the University of Padua and Nanyang Technological University, are presenting their research methods and pedagogical practices in an international workshop held at the University of Padua November 20-21, 2017. November 20th will focus on the project […]