The Wired! Lab for Digital Art History & Visual Culture explores visual and material culture through critical engagement with digital technologies. Our community of faculty, staff, and students uses digital methods in our teaching and research on the visual arts, architecture, cultural heritage, and built environments. We have a special interest in projects that engage the public online and in museums. Read more.

Upcoming Courses

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Duke University Consent and License for Use of Image

Criteria for MA Thesis

Have questions about your digital project? Contact Digital Humanities Specialist Hannah Jacobs to schedule a consultation.

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- February 24, 2021

@ngadc: 🔎 Introducing...our new Kress Collection Digital Archive 🎉— that makes these lesser-known histories and renowned works of art more accessible to the public.✨ See our new Digital Archive and take a deeper dive ➡️ https://t.co/Xu2jexUhLf https://t.co/qrxZTj7B3U
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- February 22, 2021

Saturday 2/27: @PBJaskot on "Thinking about Visibility and Invisibility in the Art Historical Canon," keynote for Toward a More Inclusive #DigitalArtHistory. Register to attend: https://t.co/u3C5GESgho @AHAAamericanart @TerraAmArt
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- February 17, 2021

@WorkingatDuke: Using creativity and versatility, @NasherMuseum team takes #DukeArts exhibitions virtual. https://t.co/wCpp0a3yVD @dukewired @DukeArts https://t.co/42iOG000sp
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