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2019 Events

This page lists the events in 2019. Please use the links in the right column to see events from previous years.


Sharing Our Knowledge: A Conference of Tlingit Tribes and Clans

Sharing Our Knowledge: A Conference of Tlingit Tribes and Clans

“3D Digitization and Replication of Heritage Objects for Cultural Preservation and Perpetuation” (Organized Session)

This organized session includes 3 closely related presentations on 3D digitization and replication, describing the application of 3D digitization technology to efforts to preserve and perpetuate cultural heritage.

“Community-based Adoption of Photogrammetry for Cultural Heritage Documentation and Perpetuation” (Presentation)

In one of the 3 presentations, Carla Schroer and Mark Mudge of Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) describe the 3D technology photogrammetry and an archival preservation environment where the data is stored, with highlights from a recent photogrammetry training at the Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI).

Juneau, Alaska: Thursday, September 26, 2019, 1:30-3:00 pm.

“3D Digitization of Cultural Objects for Preservation” (3-Day Workshop)

Digitization teams from CHI, the Smithsonian Institution, and the University of South Florida Libraries demonstrate 3D digitization of important objects in cooperation with clans leaders for digital archiving.

Juneau, Alaska: Thursday, September 26 through Saturday, September 28, 2019, throughout the days.


Public lecture by CHI, hosted by the Sealaska Heritage Institute

Sealaska Heritage Institute Hosts Free Public Lecture by CHI

“Practical, Scientific Use of Photogrammetry in Cultural Heritage” (Free Public Lecture)

Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) is hosting a free, public 3-hour lecture delivered by CHI on the practical and scientific uses of photogrammetry in cultural heritage. The talk will include 3D examples, discuss the core principles of photogrammetry, show equipment requirements, and demonstrate the image capture of a subject using the technique.

Juneau, Alaska: Saturday, September 21, 2019, 9:30 am–12:30 pm, Shuká Hít (Clan House), Sealaska Heritage Institute, 105, S. Seward Street


University of Wyoming Libraries

University of Wyoming Libraries Hosts CHI

“Scientific, Practical Photogrammetry” (Lecture)

Chad Hutchens, head of Digital Collections at UW Libraries, has invited CHI's Carla Schroer, Mark Mudge, and Marlin Lum to present a lecture on the practical applicaton of photogrammetry to build 3D models. The lecture is open to the public as well as university staff and students.

Laramie, Wyoming: Monday, May 20, 2019, 9:30 am -12:30 pm, Room 506, Coe Library.


2+3D Photography: Practice and Prophecies 2019

2+3D Photography - Practice and Prophecies 2019

“Introduction to Scientific, Practical Photogrammetry Methods” (Workshop)

Through lectures, demonstrations, and discussion, this two-hour workshop provides a condensed overview of photogrammetry and its application to cultural heritage. The workshop offers an intensive introduction to the software, photographic equipment, and methods for using photogrammetry to create scientific, reproducible, high-precision, 3D models. This technique is being applied to a variety of art objects and other examples of material culture.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Friday, May 10, 2019, 2 sessions, 9:30-11:30 am and 1:30-3:30 pm, Rijksmuseum


New College of Florida

New College of Florida Data Science Seminars

“Documenting and Archiving a Large-Scale Diego Rivera Mural” (Lecture)

This lecture will show high-resolution 2D outputs and share CHI's experience capturing the fine surface details of a 22-foot by 74-foot 1940 fresco mural by Diego Rivera. A photogrammetry-based, high-resolution 3D model of the mural was captured with 2,200 50-megapixel images. From this data, a 7.4-gigapixel, perspective-corrected 2D digital image of the complete surface of the mural was created along with a registered Digital Elevation Model (DEM). The lecture will include a discussion of the metadata and archiving strategy for the project.

Sarasota, Florida: Friday, April 5, 2019, 4:00–5:00 pm, New College of Florida, Heiser E168


UC Berkeley

History of Art, UC Berkeley

“Computational Photography Techniques for Object-Based Research” (Workshop)

In this workshop, funded by the Stoddard Lecture Series Fund and the History of Art Department at UC Berkeley, Carla Schroer will introduce the basics of two methods of computational photography—RTI and photogrammetry—and the extraordinary possibilities they offer for the study of artworks and historical artifacts. Schroer will demonstrate how light alone can be harnessed to reveal surface information unavailable through direct observation. Her talk will also will showcase the applicability of photogrammetry (3-D modeling) for the research, conservation, and documentation of artworks. The presentation includes an overview of the needed equipment, software, basic image collection techniques, and data preservation through Digital Notebook.

Berkeley, California: Friday, March 15, 2019 12:00-2:00 pm, 308A Doe Library, UC Berkeley