Clara Pinchbeck

Samuel H. Kress Digital Art History Graduate Fellow
MA in Digital Art History/Computational Media

Clara Pinchbeck is a first-year Digital Art History MA student and the Samuel H. Kress Digital Art History Graduate Fellow. Her work explores object agency in the Middle Ages through the application of modeling and photogrammetry. She is currently working on the Art of the Americas Lab, which is re-envisioning the Nasher Museum of Art’s exhibition of ancient American Art by incorporating digital technologies into its curation. Originally from a rose farm in Guilford, CT, Clara graduated cum laude from Kenyon College in 2018, receiving her BA in Anthropology and Art History (with distinction).


Projects

Art of the Americas Interactive

Building Duke