The materials available to artists are constantly changing. This workshop examines technology as an artist’s tool, looking back to film as a medium and forward to 3-D printers and digital output. Meet two intrepid Carnegie Museum of Art staffers who wrestle with these questions all the time. Emily Davis, Senior Research Associate, tackles the difficult work of cataloguing and preserving film and digital art. Hannah Turpin, Curatorial Assistant, Contemporary Art and Photography works with living artists and photographers as a member of two curatorial teams. Together, they discuss the ever-changing landscape in which art is created and preserved.
Registration includes a light dinner. Up to two Act 48 hours available.