Technological Revolutions and Art History Part IV: Lightning Rounds II

March 11, 2021

Presentations in Part IV of the symposium highlight recent computational art history projects and other initiatives that expand the access to and discoverability of the digitized collections of a variety of cultural heritage sites and institutions.

Visualizing and Preserving Art Historical Narratives

The Civic and Creative Potential of Blockchain: Artworks, Artists, and Museums
Nanne Dekking: Founder and CEO of Artory
Amy Whitaker: Assistant Professor of Visual Arts Administration, NYU, and long-time blockchain
thought leader
Anne Bracegirdle: Head of Sales US Convelio, Co-Founder of Art & Antiquities Blockchain Consortium

Ed Ruscha's Streets of Los Angeles Archive, a Digitization project
Todd Swanson: Head of Getty Digital Imaging, J. Paul Getty Trust

Discussion and questions from the audience

Closing remarks
Louisa Wood Ruby: Head of Research, Frick Art Reference Library



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