Timeline of Select Projects | Index of Projects
|Art and Architecture in Puglia: SIIA Research Trip||2020 - 2020||Architecture, Painting, Europe||
In coordination with Prof. Michael Cole’s Spanish Italy & the Iberian Americas project, the Media Center was able to join the research group on a trip to the Puglia region of southern Italy.
|Art Humanities Teaching Resources||Architecture, Painting, Sculpture, Europe, North America||
This companion site to Art Humanities serves as a repository for instructor resources and briefings.
|Delight in Design: Silver for the Raj||2008 - 2009||Decorative Arts, Asia||
Delight in Design was created as an online resource for an exhibition of South Asian silver at the Wallach Gallery in 2008, curated by Vidya Dehejia, Barbara Stoler Miller Professor of Indian and South Asian Art.
|Goya: Disasters of War||Prints, Europe||
Scans of thirteen of Goya's Disasters of War prints with captions, organized as a slideshow
|South America Fieldwork||Architecture, South America||
Two Columbia University graduate students, Rebecca Fitle and Amanda Gannaway, took these images of important archaeological and cultural heritage sites in Bolivia and Peru.
|The American Southwest||2013 - 2014||Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, North America||
Photographed in New Mexico and Arizona, this collection features a range of art and architecture, from pre-Columbian Native American settlements and Spanish Colonial mission churches to Modern Navajo architecture and contemporary Southwestern art.
|The Asian Art Digital Teaching Project||2004 - 2008||Architecture, Painting, Asia||
This teaching module showcases Media Center projects and image collections relating to Middle, South, and East Asian art and architecture in order to better serve the faculty and students of Columbia University.
|Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medieval Europe||2010 - 2011||Decorative Arts, Europe||
The Media Center produced the digital monograph for the 2010-11 exhibition Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medieval Europe, co-organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Walters Art Museum, and the British Museum.