Atelier « Les TIC et l’art » : Flux RSS

fluxrss11 décembre 2014 – 10h-12h Galerie Colbert Salle Chastel entrée libre sur inscription

Accès : 6 rue des Petits-Champs ou 2, rue Vivienne 75002 Paris

Intervenants : Juliette Hueber (InVisu), Antonio Mendes da Silva (InVisu)

Les flux RSS constituent une puissante technologie du web, et sont utilisés pour la veille et l’agrégation de contenus. Cet atelier présentera plusieurs exemples d’utilisation : suivi d’actualité, agrégateurs, récupération de contenus.

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Des métadonnées pour les images numériques du patrimoine culturel

programme_matinée_métadonnéesMatinée d’études organisée par Juliette Hueber et Antonio Mendes da Silva (InVisu, CNRS/INHA) & Anne-Violaine Szabados et Virginie Fromageot-Laniepce (ArcheoNum, ArScAn, UMR 7041)

13 octobre 2014 – 9h Galerie Colbert Salle Giorgio Vasari entrée libre

Accès : 6 rue des Petits-Champs ou 2, rue Vivienne 75002 Paris


Programme :

09h00 – 10h10

Antonio Mendes da Silva (InVisu, CNRS/INHA) etJuliette Hueber (InVisu, CNRS/INHA) : Bilan de nos pratiques et de nos besoins en matière de métadonnées pour les images numériques

Anne-Violaine Szabados (ArScAn UMR 7041, équipe ESPRI-LIMC) et Eric GIMEL (Service informatique de la MAE [Maison Archéologie et Ethnologie René-Ginouvès], USR 3225) : Dans l’image numérique

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Appel à candidature : « Beyond the Digitized Slide Library » (28 juillet-6 août 2014, Los Angeles)

UCLA, July 28 – August 6, 2014 Deadline-CFP: 1 mars 2014

University_of_California-Los_Angeles_UCLA_174855“Beyond the Digitized Slide Library” ( is an eight-day summer institute to be held at the University of California, Los Angeles, July 28–August 6, 2014. Participants will learn about debates and key concepts in the digital humanities and gain hands-on experience with tools and techniques for art historical research (including data visualization, network graphs, and digital mapping). More fundamentally, the Institute will be an opportunity for participants to imagine what digital art history can be: What constitutes art historical “data”? How shall we name and classify this data? Which aspects of art historical knowledge are amenable to digitization, . . . → En lire plus

Appel à communication : « The Histories of Digital Art » (10-12 avril 2014, AAH, Londres)

AAH Annual Conference, London, April 10 – 12, 2014 Deadline-CFP: 11 nov. 2013

Call for Papers: Parsing the Pixelated: The Histories of Digital Art

Session at the Association of Art Historians 2014 Annual Conference, London

Although digital art precedes the creation of the world wide web in the early 1990s, it is only more recently, facilitated by affordable and widely distributed connected technology, that digital art has become firmly established as an artistic category. Yet the term remains nebulous, including many disparate forms and types of art: from manipulated photographs to interactive installations to works existing on or made by a computer. Furthermore, the History of Art has yet to substantively account for digital art, frequently deferring to the . . . → En lire plus

Appel à candidature : « The 2013 European Summer School in Digital Humanities »

The 2013 « European Summer School in Digital Humanities, » focusing on Culture & Technology, is taking place at the University of Leipzig, 22 July-2 August, 2013 (see

It includes a workshop on « Art History: Research and Teaching Going Digital » (see, organized by Elli Doulkaridou (PhD candidate in art history at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and a research assistant at the Institut national d’histoire de l’art) and Elaine Hoysted (doctoral candidate at University College, Cork).

This joint workshop aims to question research and teaching practices in the field of art history in the digital age.

The first part of this course will be . . . → En lire plus

Appel à communication : « CAA 2014 – Towards a Spatial (Digital) Art History »

Chicago, February 12–15 2014

Recent developments in web mapping enable to create multidimensional, dynamic maps that display vast amounts of spatial and temporal data while remaining readable and intuitive.

Spatial dynamic visualizations allow historians to study the locations and movements of artistic agents and artworks, their integration in social fields, as well as their response, whether visual or discursive, to these spatial logics. The new Spatial (Digital) art history thus participates in the redefinition of art history by meeting the challenges of the Spatial, Global, and Digital Turns. But to which extent is it groundbreaking and productive ? What are its unique contributions compared to those of traditional art historical methods ?

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Appel à communication : « Open Humanities » (Storrs, 23 février 2013)

Open Humanities. Multifaceted Approaches for the 21st Century

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, February 23, 2013 Deadline-CFP: 20 déc. 2012


This year’s conference of the Languages Graduate Student Association at the University of Connecticut aims to investigate the development and changes in the study and teaching of the humanities. Digital humanities as a new field are emerging, public humanities offer a different career path and interdisciplinary work opens up the field of traditional studies in the humanities. Furthermore, online tools and classes, and undergraduates in the humanities pursuing secondary degrees in the social sciences and other colleges change our teaching and call for new approaches and skills. With our conference we want to participate in the conversation on all . . . → En lire plus