Upcoming Event: Lecture and Workshop by Jodi Cranston at Temple DSC, November 28-29
Temple University’s Digital Scholarship Center is co-sponsoring a lecture and workshop by art historian Jodi Cranston on November 28th and 29th. Both the lecture and workshop are open to the public, though we ask that attendees register for the workshop so we can plan accordingly. Dr. Cranston will discuss her recent digital project, an open-source platform that maps crowd-sourced provenance data to track the ownership of paintings through space and time. Hope to see you there!
Mapping Paintings, Or How to Breathe Life into Provenance
Lecture by Professor Jodi Cranston, Boston University, History of Art & Architecture
Tuesday 28 November 20107
5:00-6:00 PM Temple Contemporary at Tyler
Open to the public, with reception to follow (sponsored by the Art History Graduate Organization)
Lecture sponsored by Department of Art History, General Activities Fund, Temple Contemporary, Temple Libraries Digital Scholarship Center, Faculty Senate Lectures & Forums Committee
mappingpaintings.org, A Workshop with Platform Developer
Professor Jodi Cranston, Boston University, History of Art & Architecture
Wednesday 29 November 2017
1:30-3:00 PM Digital Scholarship Center, Paley Library Rom 009
Please register to ensure a place in the workshop!