Colloque: Digital Formats for the Dissemination of Early Modern Period Artistic Culture (Madrid-Málaga, 25-27/09/2019).

Type : colloque.
Date de l’événement : September 25 – 27, 2019.
Lieu : Madrid-Málaga (Spain).

The possibilities offered by digital technology nowadays allow us to advance even more in the knowledge and, particularly, in the transmission to society of aspects related to artistic culture between the 16th and 18th centuries. This symposium connects with some of the current debates on the use of digital technology in the field of cultural heritage in general and, in particular, on its application to the analysis and transmission of Modern Age material or ephemeral culture.

Prestigious institutions worldwide, among others, the Prado Museum (Madrid) – Princess of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities 2019-, the Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna) or the Städel Museum of Frankfort will present the projects and the achievements from their respective digital development departments. On the other hand, this symposium will present current projects developed by humanists who have applied digital technology for the virtual re-construction and / or re-creation of the artistic culture of those centuries.

Conveners: Carmen González-Román, Andrea Sommer-Mathis, Rudi Risatti.

Wednesday, September 25 
Marqués de Valdecilla Historical Library (UCM Madrid)

17:30-18:00.   
Welcome speech by Marta Torres Santo Domingo (Director of the Historical Library Marqués de Valdecilla, UCM) and Sagrario Aznar Almazán (Dean of the School of Geography and History, National Distance Education University). 
Presentation of the R+D ART-ES Project by Carmen González-Román (University of Málaga).

18:00-19:30.   
Presentation of the volume: Teatralidad y performatividad de las artes. El contexto hispánico en la Edad Moderna. Bulletin of Spanish Visual Studies III:2 (2019). Hilary Macartney (University of Glasgow) and Carmen González-Román (Universidad de Málaga).

Speakers:
Michael Rössner (Director of the Institut für Kulturwissenschaften und Theatergeschichte, ÖAW, Vienna)
Sara Mamone (Università degli Studi di Firenze)

19:30-20:00.    
Presentation of the digitorial: From real life into the World of Art (online exhibition of the results of the ART-ES project) Andrea Sommer-Mathis and Rudi Risatti

Friday, September 27 
Polo de Contenidos Digitales (Málaga)

9:30-10:00: Credentials

10:00-10:30: Official Opening: José Luis Caro (Director of the Strategic Chair of Leading-Edge Technologies in Humanities (University of Málaga), Víctor Fernando Muñoz (Vicepresident for Strategic Projects, University of Málaga), Juan Antonio Perles (Dean of the School of Humanities).

SESSION I. Museum Digital Formats – Chair: Rudi Risatti (Theatermuseum, Viena).

10:30-11:00: Digital strategy and transformation of the Prado Museum. Javier Pantoja Ferrari (Head of Digital Development at the Prado Museum)

11:00-11:30: Break

11:30-12:00: Digital Strategies in Art Education
Chantal Eschenfelder (Head of the Education and Mediation Department, Städel Museum/Schirn-Kunsthalle, Frankfurt)

12:00-12:30: Web Design and digital resources. Nicoletta Hernández (Media Department, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna)

12:30-13:00: Discussion.

SESSION II. Digital formats in research on visual and performative arts 
Chair: Andrea Sommer-Mathis (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Institut für Kulturwissenschaften und Theatergeschichte)

13:00-13:30: … and they jingle by again: Splendid vehicles of the Habsburgs as a
means for representation in the 18th century. Monica Kurzel-Runtscheiner (Director of the kaiserliche Wagenburg, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna)

13:30-14:00: Il pomo d’oro (1666/1668) – Animated Retelling of a Baroque Festival Opera. Daniela Franke (Theatermuseum, Vienna)

14:00-16:00 Lunch

16:00-16:30: The Kolowrat-Wedding of 1580 in Innsbruck. Let’s bring it to life!
Veronika Sandbichler (Director of the Ambras Castle, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Innsbruck)

16:30-17:00: Baroque Festivals in Lisbon: Toward a Multimedia Analysis. Pedro Flor
(Universidade Aberta / Instituto de História da Arte – NOVA/FCSH, Lisbon), Susana Varela Flor (Instituto de História da Arte – NOVA/FCSH, Lisbon)

17:00-17:30: Break

17:30-18.00: Project in progress: The Royal Entry of Queen Isabel II in Málaga (1862). 
Exhibition: design in digital format. Javier Carrasco and Álvaro Leal (Master’s Degree in the Social Development of Artistic Culture, Universidad de Málaga)

18h.-19:30h. Panel Discussion. Challenges and perspectives on digital contents in the research on Early Modern Period artistic and performative culture.
Chair: Hilary Macartney (University of Glasgow), Anna Maria Testaverde (Università degli Studi di Bergamo) and Siro Ferrone (Università degli Studi di Firenze)
Participants: Researchers of the ART-ES team.