NEH Funds CHI Training Grant, 2016-2017

Trainees applying photogrammetry, Olmec Head, San Francisco

Trainees applying photogrammetry to an Olmec head in San Francisco

The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded a two-year Preservation and Access Education and Training grant to CHI, beginning in January 2016. The training program consists of seven 4-day training classes hosted by institutions across the country, open to public or nonprofit humanities collections professionals and pre-professionals by application. The grant will result in over 100 humanities professionals trained in advanced computational photography imaging methods and software. Learn more…


Collaborating on a project

Collaboration is central to our mission, vision, and values at Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI).

Developing and disseminating innovative imaging technologies requires the CHI team to work with a worldwide range of professionals in the arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, computer science, computational photography, and informatics.

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CHI is grateful to the collaborators on our growing list. This page cites some of the organizations we work with.

Cultural Heritage Collaborators

Technology Collaborators