Timeline of Select Projects | Index of Projects

Title Year(s) Field Description
Art Atlas 2014-2017 The Art Atlas platform provides an interface for the mapping and photography-based projects of Columbia University's Department of Art History and Archaeology, featuring still images, 360? panoramas, textual data and historical materials.
MCID 2014-2017 The Media Center Image Database (MCID) hosts the Department of Art History's teaching collections, special collections, and original photography of globally significant art and architecture. Fieldwork highlights include Istanbul, Iraq, Rome, Chicago, The American Southwest, and Japan.
Life of a Cathedral: Notre Dame of Amiens 2015-2017 Working with Prof. Stephen Murray and graduate students Emogene Cataldo and Tori Schmidt, the Media Center is developing an immersive resource for students in Art Humanities to experience the cathedral of Amiens.
Cities of Knowledge: Amman Travel Seminar 2016-2017 The Spring 2016 Travel Seminar led by Prof. Avinoam Shalem provided an opportunity for the Media Center to document sites of interest in and around the city of Amman.
Panoramas of World Architecture 2016-2017 The Panoramas of World Architecture collection presents the resources of the former History of Architecture site integrated with the new Art Atlas platform
Reverse Engineering the Slide Library: IMLS Sparks! Grant 2017-2018 This award funded a project to assess the feasibility of using deep learning and computer vision to automatically sort digitized 35mm slides, with the goal of creating an open-source, scalable framework for archival discovery in legacy slide collections worldwide.
Travel Seminar: Shaping Renaissance Rome 2018-2018 Lead by Prof. Michael Waters, the Spring 2018 Travel Seminar allowed the Media Center to document Renaissance architecture in Rome, Italy.