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Art History and the Digital World


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"Art History and the Digital World" brings together a group of scholars, artists, librarians, and experts in technology, publishing, and law to explore issues at the intersection of digital technologies and the study of art. Of particular interest is the nature of emergent technologies: How do such technologies relate to the research, publication, and dissemination of scholarly work, copyright, resource access, and quality and character of reproduction? How can those engaged in art-historical research participate effectively and advantageously in the development of technologies?

Please Note: Selected presentations from the Forum are available online, for educational purposes only, until April 30, 2007.

The Getty Research Institute (GRI) is a program of the J. Paul Getty Trust. Other programs of the Trust include the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI), and the Getty Foundation.

The College Art Association (CAA) supports all practitioners and interpreters of visual art and culture, including artists and scholars, who join together to cultivate the ongoing understanding of art as a fundamental form of human expression.
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