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Coverage for grant HD-248360-16

Scientific Workflows, Image Analysis, and Visual Stylometry in the Digital Analysis of Art
Catherine Buell, Fitchburg State University

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Using computers to better understand art (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Ricky Sethi, William Seeley, Catherine Buell
Publication: The Conversation
Date: 7/7/2016
Abstract: When we talk about paintings, artistic style can refer to image features like the brushstrokes, contour and distribution of colors that painters employ, often implicitly, to construct their works. An artist’s style helps convey meaning and intent, and affects the aesthetic experience a user has when interacting with that artwork. Style also helps us identify and sometimes categorize their work, often placing it in the context of a specific period or place.

Fitchburg State faculty receive grant to further develop art-study tool (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Sentinel & Enterprise
Publication: Sentinel & Enterprise
Date: 3/24/2016
Abstract: Local newspaper covering the announcement of the NEH grant recipients and the project at Fitchburg State University.

Faculty members awarded national grant for art exploration (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Matthew Bruun
Publication: Fitchburg State University Today
Date: 4/4/2016
Abstract: Announcement to the Fitchburg State University committee about the NEH grant and the project.

Where the canvas meets the code (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Elizabeth Dobbins
Publication: Sentinel & Enterprise
Date: 3/16/2017
Abstract: FSU computer project offers new tool to explore artistry at the local art museum.

Using Intelligent Workflows to Analyze Artistic Style (Review)
Author(s): Yolanda Gil, Ricky Sethi, Catherine Buell, William Seeley
Publication: ISI I-Knowledge Capture News
Date: 6/1/2017
Abstract: Review of the Making WAIVS! workshop