Apply now! Visualizing Venice Workshop

Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Visualizing Venice workshop: The Ghetto of Venice.

The workshop will take place June 8-20, 2016, in Venice, Italy. Application deadline: March 31, 2016.

With the support of The Getty Foundation as part of its Digital Art History initiative, The Wired! Lab at Duke University, Università Iuav di Venezia, the University of Padua, and Venice International University are collaborating on a Summer Workshop that will train Art, Architectural and Urban Historians with the digital media that can enhance or transform their research questions and their capacity to communicate narratives about objects, places and spaces to the public. This fifth annual 12-day workshop teaches a range of digital skills in mapping, 3D modeling, mobile application & web development, and time based media authorship to enable participants to engage historical questions with emerging digital tools. The course will engage with the Ghetto of Venice on the 500th anniversary of its creation as case study for training with a variety of technologies and applications.

Instruction will be given in English by faculty and staff from Duke University’s Wired! Lab and Università Iuav di Venezia.

The workshop is designed for Ph.D or Post doctoral participants in the Interpretive Humanities (including Cultural Patrimony, History of Art, Architecture and Urbanism, History, Geography, Architecture, Archaeology, and other relevant disciplines). Preference will be given to Ph.D. students and recent Ph.D. graduates in History of Art, Architecture and Urbanism.

The workshop is taught at Venice International University on the island of San Servolo in the Venetian Lagoon. Participants can live in the housing facilities of the island of San Servolo, or arrange for accommodation in the city of Venice.

Tuition fees are euro 1,000 (+22%VAT). Scholarships are available in order to support tuition, travel, board and accommodation expenses. Thanks to the generosity of the Getty Foundation.

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About hannahlj

I am the Digital Humanities Specialist for the Wired! Lab for Digital Art History & Visual Culture at Duke University. I teach tutorials to students and faculty on uses of visualization and content management tools, and I consult on student and faculty research projects affiliated with the lab and with the Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies. I received an MA in Digital Humanities from King's College London, and I have a BA in English/Theatre from Warren Wilson College.

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