Digital Thinking & Art History: Re-Imagining Teaching, Research, & the Museum

September 29, 2015
Collision Space (Smith Warehouse, Bay 10, 2nd Floor, A266)

12:00-1:00PM
Elizabeth BaltesCaroline BruzeliusHannah JacobsTimothy SheaMariano Tepper

Intermezzo is an event series sponsored by the Art, Art History and Visual Studies department. The series enables graduate students and faculty to present ongoing projects to one another in an informal setting.

The September 29th Intermezzo will feature members of the Wired! Lab discussing their experiences using digital methods in teaching and research. Caroline Bruzelius and Hannah Jacobs will speak about the use of spatiotemporal visualization to create an interactive course syllabus. Elizabeth Baltes and Timothy Shea will discuss the affordances digital tools have lent to their research. Mariano Tepper will demonstrate components of The Lives of Things project’s newest digital exhibition at the Nasher, which digitally recolors medieval statues as they may have initially appeared at the time of their creation.