About: Murtha Baca

My work at the Getty focuses on descriptive metadata and multilingual controlled vocabularies for enhancing access to online resources relating to art, architecture, and material culture. As head of the Getty Research Institute's digital art history program, I work closely with scholars and technical experts to develop new tools and methods for conducting and publishing art-historical research.

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Which Way, Digital_Humanities?

Provocation from Digital_Humanities
A provocation.

“Ours is an era in which the humanities have the potential to play a vastly expanded creative role in public life.” Will they? More»

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Rethinking Art History | Getty Voices

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In the digital age, is art history still relevant? The discussion is needed, and needed now. More»

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      B IS FOR BRUSHSTROKE

      You might think of Monet or Van Gogh when you hear “brushstroke.” But here the artist is inspired by the expressive and quick gestures of Fragonard.

      Squiggly white and yellow strokes give dimension to the sitter’s gown.

      #ArtAtoZ | A year-long social media project examining 26 themes in art.

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