a digital art history unconference in association with the College Art Association
What is a THATCamp?
It is an informal, discussion based, collaborative unconference, on topics related to the humanities and technology. The participants propose sessions and create the program. All participants are expected to talk and work with fellow participants in every session.
Monday, February 11th (12-5) and Tuesday, February 12th (9-3), the two days immediately preceding the CAA annual conference
Macaulay Honors College, 35 West 67th Street, NYC
Who Should Attend
THATCamp CAA is open to scholars and graduate students with an active interest in digital art history. Approximately sixty participants will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. Space is limited, only those who can commit to attending both days should register.
THATCamp CAA is free to attend. A limited number of Kress Fellowships are available for graduate students to help defray travel expenses. To register (and to apply for a Kress Fellowship), follow this link to our registration page.
Attending CAA? You’re invited to the CAA session that will recap THATCamp CAA & discuss next steps: February 14 9:30 AM – 12:00
What is Digital Art History?
Scholarship and education in the disciplines of art history, architectural history, and archaeology supported by digital technologies
College Art Association, Columbia University Libraries, Smarthistory at Khan Academy, The Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Macaulay Honors College, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
This event is organized by:
Beth Harris, Dean, Art & History, Khan Academy
Steven Zucker, Dean, Art & History, Khan Academy
Barbara Rockenbach, Director, Humanities and History Libraries, Columbia University
Carole Ann Fabian, Director, Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University
Ileana Selejan, THATCamp CAA Coordinator