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Making Digital: Visual Approaches to the Digital Humanities

Over the past few months Gareth and I have been lucky enough to be involved in a project working with artists from Winchester School of Art to develop a series of training events looking at the relationship between art and archaeology.  This project has been a fantastic experience. Later this week, we are all going to EVA London 2013 to talk about the project, and we wanted to share with you the paper we've collaboratively written. Continue reading →

Art and Archaeology at Southampton and Winchester

Postgraduate students and staff from the Archaeological Computing Research group are currently working with staff and students from Winchester School of Art on a new collaborative venture which will see the two departments sharing expertise, facilities and most importantly ideas. Led by Gareth Beale and Nicole Beale from Archaeology and Ian Dawson and Louisa Minkin from WSA the project aims to get students from both campuses to think differently about how they do research. Continue reading →

ExLab 2

sotonDH are partners in the Exlab 2 Project. The project, organised by The Big Picture artists collective, will result in a series of artworks being produced in response to the Jurassic Coast world heritage site. Each artwork represents a unique collaboration between an artist and a scientist or a scientific team. The project will form part of the Cultural Olympiad which will accompany the London Olympics during 2012. Continue reading →

Electronic Visualisation and the Arts – London 2012

The EVA-london 2012 programme has been announced today: "We are delighted to announce today the extraordinary and varied programme for the conference, 10th-12th July: Just a small selection: Digital visualisations of Ottoman minatures, mobile apps for cultural heritage applications, the Life project, the brain as game, visualising breath, what we see when we look at medical images, capturing conducting gesture ... Continue reading →