Details Master in Digital Art History/Computational Media
Description The Digital Art History track engages digital technologies in the research and presentation of art historical questions. Common themes that can be explored are visualizing process, representing change over time, contextualizing displaced objects, and creating biographies of objects or databases/collections of materials. The ideal candidate for the Digital Art History track seeks to engage digital tools in historical questions about works of art, buildings and cities. The MA provides a springboard for advanced study in art history, archaeology, architectural history, and visual or media studies. It also prepares students for future work in fields such as museums education and exhibition design, cultural heritage and preservation, public history, city planning, and architectural design
FEES Until 2021, $84,000
Erasmus No
Language English
Collaborations/Disciplines No
Joint Master No
Online/Offline/Hybrid Offline