Topic ID #36872 - posted 3/22/2016 6:52 PM

Clemson Digital Preservation Field School, Charleston SC


Lowcountry Digital Preservation Institute
6 June-30 June
Charleston South Carolina
Clemson University/College of Charleston Graduate Program in Historic Preservation

Institute offers immersion in digital approaches to Historic Preservation and Architectural History. Program takes a module-based approach, training students in emerging recording technologies and asks them to think critically about their strengths, weaknesses, and appropriate application. Project sites will include 18th- and 19th-century buildings in Charleston’s historic district as well as neighboring Lowcountry Plantations. Institute will also introduce students to the historic built environment of the Carolina Lowcountry, Vernacular Architecture Studies, and Historic Preservation. Technology

Training Including Laser Scanning | Photogrammetry | Total Station Survey Faro Scene | AutoDesk Recap/AutoCAD/Civil 3D | Agisoft PhotoScan |ArcGIS

Course Offered as HP-8920–Three Credits Clemson University College of Arts, Architecture and Humanities Transfer Credit Offered to Accredited University programs Eligibility Graduate or Advanced Undergraduate Students in Historic Preservation, Architectural History, Architecture, History, Anthropology, Archaeology or closely related field.

Cost: $2,940
Includes: Three Credits Clemson University Summer School
Transportation to and from project sites
Studio/workspace with computer Program excursions and entrance fees
Accommodation Accommodation option available through the Clemson Preservation Program and College of Charleston; limited availability


Completed an online application

contact Brent Fortenberry


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