How can new techniques in the digital humanities help us manage our cultural heritage? The Australian Cultural Data Engine in collaboration with the Digital Archive of Queensland Architecture (DAQA) and Curtin University Library presents a collaborative workshop on storing, analysing and visualising the history of the built environment. We aim to bring together academics and professionals in cultural heritage to explore new possibilities for putting architectural history in a wider frame of cultural history and new ways of interpreting and presenting the cultural heritage significance of the built environment.

The workshop will discuss work in progress on new ways to:

  • record architectural data so that it is visible alongside other cultural data
  • use data analytics on relatively small data sets such as DAQA
  • tag models and images with information on cultural heritage significance
  • use OpenLinkedData in architectural history.
Schedule and Speakers TBC



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About ACD-Engine

The ACD-Engine is an Australian Research Council Linkage Infrastructure, Engineering and Facilities Program Grant hosted at the University of Melbourne in collaboration with University of Queensland, University of New South Wales, Swinburne University of Technology, Curtin University, RMIT University, University of Newcastle, Flinders University, and King’s College London


Zelman Cohen Building, University of Queensland
and online via zoom
UQ School of Architecture Visualisation Laboratory