Screenshot of the project
The term "digital art history" has become a shorthand reference for the potentially transformative effect that digital technologies hold for the discipline of art history. Advanced technologies are making research materials more widely accessible and allowing scholars to ask and answer new questions. The latest tools and techniques allow researchers to handle large volumes of digitized images and texts, trace patterns and connections formerly hidden from view, recover the past in virtual environments, and bring the complex intricacies of works of art to light as never before, to name just a few opportunities.

The Digital Art History initiative is not currently inviting new applications because it is assessing the needs of the field. Please check back in Spring 2022 for updated information about future grant opportunities.

Top: Screen shot of the project "San Julián de Samos: a digital approach" presented by Estefanía López Salas at the 2018 Visualizing Venice Summer Workshop