Timeline of Select Projects | Index of Projects

Title Year(s) Field Description
Art Humanities 2014-2015 All materials from the original Masterpieces of Western Art website are now hosted on the Columbia College Core Office's website for greater consistency with the other Core classes.
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.
MA in Art History Presents: Clodion-mania 2019-2019 Under the guidance of Prof. Frédérique Baumgartner, the Media Center works with student curators in the MA in Art History program to develop content and build an exhibition website.
MA in Art History Presents: Art in Life 2017-2017 Under the guidance of Prof. Frédérique Baumgartner, the Media Center works with student curators in the MA in Art History program to develop content and build an exhibition website. Art in Life: Engravings by Robert Nanteuil (c. 1623-1678) from the Frederick Paul Keppel Collection at Columbia University was curated by Sarah Bigler, Pauline Delmar, Amy Hummerstone, Drew Lash, Elizabeth Lightfoot, Mark Paul, Julia Reynolds, Tori Schmitt and Hanna Wiegers.
MA in Art History Presents: Looking East 2018-2018 Under the guidance of Prof. Frédérique Baumgartner, the Media Center works with student curators in the MA in Art History program to develop content and build an exhibition website. Looking East: James Justinian Morier and Nineteenth-Century Persia was curated by Ada Berktay, Yixu Chen, Nina Elizondo Garza, Makiko Kawada, Wanshi Ma, Amanda Morrow, Allyson Richardson, Euan Wall, Cydney Williams, and Mo Zhang.
Art Humanities VR 2018-2019 Working with Prof. Noam Elcott, Chair of Art Humanities, the Media Center is developing an immersive Virtual Reality experience for Art Humanities in the classroom using 360¼ panoramas from fieldwork. Lead by instructors, students use Oculus GO VR headsets to experience sites in the curriculum like never before.