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Exhibiting Historical Art: Digital Approaches to Ancient Greek Ceramics

Posted by on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 in Courses, Uncategorized.

HART 3810W/5810, History of Art

SP 2018: T, 1.10-3.40 PM | Ikeshoji-Orlati

Taught by Veronica Ikeshoji-Orlati, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow

Exhibiting Historical Art:   Digital Approaches to Ancient Greek Ceramics

In this course, students will compose a new exhibition of the ancient Greek artefacts from the permanent collection of the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery. Students will learn about the history of ancient Greek pottery and apply a selection of digital humanities approaches – including 3D modelling and printing, virtual and augmented reality, and network and spatial analysis – to objects from the Gallery. The exhibition will recontextualize the ancient Greek artefacts for Gallery visitors and showcase students’ critical engagement with contemporary methods of art historical and archaeological analysis. This course will count as an Advanced Seminar, or as an Ancient, or as an Elective for the History of Art Major and Minor.  AXLE: HCA.