ANULogoANU is offering five mobility grants for post-graduate students to attend an afternoon workshop on the use of digital technologies in the study and research of art and visual culture at the Australian National University on Tuesday, 3 November 2015.

Five grants of $100, generously provided by the Power Institute at The University of Sydney, are
aimed to subsidise the cost of transportation for interstate students to attend the workshop led by Dr Glenn Roe, Centre for Digital Humanities Research, ANU and Dr Robert Wellington, Centre for
Art History and Art Theory, ANU, with a panel of international and interstate participants including:

Dr Niall Atkinson, University of Chicago
Professor Caroline Bruzelius, Duke University
Dr Hussein Keshani, University of British Columbia
Dr Mitchell Whitelaw, The University of Canberra
Dr Stephen Whiteman, The University of Sydney

The workshop invites postgraduate students to discuss the application of digital technologies to the study of art, architecture, and visual culture. It will be of equal interest to students who are versed indigital approaches to the research of visual culture, and those with no prior experience who want to know how technology can enhance their research.

The grants will be selected by merit on the basis of a short CV (2 pages), and a letter briefly outlining the applicant’s interest in the workshop, to be submitted via email to Robert Wellington
and Glenn Roe no later than Friday 16 October.

Robert Wellington, Centre of Art History and Art Theory, Australian National University,
Glenn Roe, Centre for Digital Humanities Research, Australian National University,