Digital Art History events in NYC, 12/2012 and 2/2013

Digital wave is finally reaching art history - here are two forthcoming events (I will be speaking in both):

Digital Art History Colloquium at Institute of Fine Arts.

Organized by:
Jim Coddington (Chief Conservator, MoMA).

Dates: Friday, November 30th and Saturday, December 1st. (I will add schedule here when it becomes available.)

Location: New York City.

Program is here

THATCamp CAA - a digital art history unconference in association with the College Art Association.

Organized by:
Beth Harris, Dean, Art & History, Khan Academy
Steven Zucker, Dean, Art & History, Khan Academy
Barbara Rockenbach, Director, Humanities and History Libraries, Columbia University
Carole Ann Fabian, Director, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University
Ileana Selejan, THATCamp CAA Coordinator

Dates: Monday, February 11th (12-5) and Tuesday, February 12th (9-3). You need to register to attend.

Location: New York City.

At CAA 2011, I co-organized a panel on "Visualization as a Method in Art History" - it was very well attended, and some people very clearly exited. I am looking forward to these two forthcoming events in NYC - let’s hope that some adventurous graduate students and institutions are ready to get info computational and visualization work with visual data.