The Digital Art History Research Group (#DAHRG) provides and encourages an environment in which members can discuss the use, development and invention of digital tools and processes that enhance art historical research.
The group meets twice each term. An informal lunchtime session explores and analyses internal applications of digital initiatives. Later in the term, an external speaker or group gives a lecture that provides insight into an innovative digital art history project.
The exploratory nature of #DAHRG means that there is a strong focus on digitising group activities. Archived content arising from meetings and events will, therefore, be collated on this page.
#DAHRG welcomes members from across the Courtauld’s research community, from MAs to staff. Email Fern Insh to sign-up to group communications and to learn more about how to get involved.
Individuals from external institutions whose interests align with #DAHRG objectives are very welcome to attend and contribute to meetings, but are requested to email in advance of their attendance.
Convener: Dr Fern Insh (Mellon Digital Research Forum Project Officer)