• Summer School on Digital Art History, Data-driven Analysis and Digital Narratives

  • From 4 to 13 September

    Málaga, Spain

How might the ability to access and process thousands of data tell new stories related to artistic and visual culture?

How might we display such new stories according to unprecedented narrative models?

About the course

This course forms part of the memorandum of understanding signed by the University of Málaga and the University of Berkeley for the joint organization of training activities in the field of Digital Humanities and Digital Art History.

Intended Audience

Postgraduate students, academic researchers, independent scholars and professionals related to the following disciplines: Art History and Visual Studies, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Computer Sciences, Media and New Media Studies and Museum Studies.

Our instructors and speakers

Greg Niemeyer

Greg Niemeyer is Assistant Professor for New Media at the University of Berkeley. He founded the Stanford Univeristy Digital Art Center, wihich he directed until 2001. Nowadays, He is involved in the development of the Center for New Media at the UC Berkeley.

Harald Klinke

Harald Klinke is currently teaching Digital Art History at the LMU Munich, Germany. He has a interdisciplinary studies in areas like art history, media theory, painting, philosophy and business informatics.

Justin Underhill

Justin Underhill is a Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Digital Humanities at UC Berkeley. Presently, among other projects, he is developing art.rip, a site dedicated to digital capture, forensic visualization, and the history of art


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