Ashes2Art: Collaboration and Community in the Humanities
AbstractAshes2Art is the integration of research and pedagogy in digital reconstructions of ancient monuments, data retrieval matrices, open source software and intercollegiate collaboration. The program's immediate focus is 4th century BCE Delphi, Greece. A joint effort among faculty and undergraduate students at Coastal Carolina University and Arkansas State University, Ashes2Art combines art history, archaeology, Web design, digital modeling, panoramic photography, animation, video and site-specific travel.
How to Cite
Flaten, A., & Gill, A. (2008). Ashes2Art: Collaboration and Community in the Humanities. First Monday, 13(8). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v13i8.2203
Pre-Conference Workshop 2: Digital Applications for the Humanities
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