2and3D Photography 2022

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Registration for our second online 2and3D Photography 2022 conference has opened. Join us for three successive Tuesdays on 24, 31 May and 7 June from 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM (CEDT) / 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT).

Seize the opportunity to exchange ideas with experts and colleagues from all over the world. Each conference day consists of four presentations and will be followed, after a short break, by a workshop or a roundtable conversation. If you’ve registered for the presentations, you’re free to join these sessions as well. These times have forced us to charge a small fee for each conference day. You can register for one, two or all days now. We hope to see you online for another inspiring 2and3D Photography – Practice & Prophecies. Book your ticket here: 2and3D Photography - Rijksmuseum 2and3D Photography is about sharing. We are bringing photographers, restorers, conservators, studio planners, data analysts and scientists together so that they can exchange knowledge and experience enabling them to collaborate on even more mind-blowing projects.

Organization

The online conference is organized by the Rijksmuseum in cooperation with the Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography (AHFAP).

Program committee

  • Cecile van der Harten, Head Image & Registration Department, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (chair)
  • Robert Erdmann, Senior Scientist, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam  
  • Wim Hupperetz, Chief Science Officer at Dutch National Heritage Agency (RCE) and Professor by Special appointment on Museums, Heritage and Digital curation, University of Amsterdam 
  • Jitte Waagen, Digital Archaeologist/Coordinator 4D Research Lab, University of Amsterdam
  • Carola van Wijk, Staff Photographer, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam  

Advisory board

  • Thomas Flynn, Cultural Heritage Lead, Sketchfab 
  • Scott Geffert, ‎General Manager Imaging, Metropolitan Museum of Art and President at ImagingEtc.com  
  • James Stevenson, Director, Cultural Heritage Digitisation Ltd 
  • Kira Zumkley, Researcher at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the University of Brighton and Chair of the Association For Historical And Fine Art Photography (AHFAP)