Art History Graduate Students Ready to Build a Digital Portfolio

Building a Digital Portfolio, our next ten-day summer institute, runs July 13-24, 2015 on GMU’s Fairfax campus. We will bring together twenty art history graduate students from various universities within the United States and abroad – Canada, Germany, and the UK. While each participant specializes in a unique area of research, they have a shared desire to increase their knowledge of digital art history. Participants will explore the opportunities and challenges presented by the technologies associated with digital art history, as well as gain hands-on experience with tools and techniques (including metadata basics, data visualization, network graphs, and digital mapping) to apply to their personal research.


This is the second Getty Foundation-supported institute on digital art history organized by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. For information on last year’s institute, please see our website.


For a list of participants, click here.