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Computers and the History of Art


CHArt was established in 1985 by art and design historians who happened also to be computer enthusiasts. Initially a forum for the exchange of ideas between people who were using computers in their research, the largely academic membership was soon augmented by members from museums and art galleries, as well as individuals involved in the management of the visual and textual archives and libraries relevant to the subject.

CHArt is a society open to all who have an interest in the application of computers to the study of art and design. We hold an annual conference and publish the conference proceedings, run an email discussion list and keep in contact with our members through a newsletter. You will find further details of all our publications and activities on this website.

CHArt 2015 conference
The Fabrication of Art and Beyond: Making and Inventing in Digital Culture

30th Conference of Computers and the History of Art

Part of the King’s College London FABRICATION Arts & Humanities Festival

Saturday, 17 October 2014
Council Room K2.29, King’s College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS

Invited speakers: Andy Lomas and Michael Takeo Magruder

Provisional programme and booking info

Abstracts are now available

Postgraduate students may apply for the CHArt bursary.

 

 

CHArt's activities

How to become a member of CHArt

The Helene Roberts Student Bursary

CHArt's publications

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS ONLINE:

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS ONLINE:

CHArt's annual conferences - read abstracts of papers from our recent conferences.

CHArt's email discussion list (Joining instructions & message archives)

The CHArt Committee

CHArt contacts


This site was last updated on 19 August 2015
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