Change of Venue:
This event is now taking place in
the French Parlor at Founders Hall
(University of San Diego)
Professor Maurizio Seracini, Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Science in Art, Architecture, and Archaeology at UCSD, will speak on the subject of arts “Hidden Treasures“. (Friday, June 14th, 2013 from 5:30 -8:00 pm in
Warren Auditorium at the University of San Diego.)
A National Geographic Fellow, Professor Seracini has spent a lifetime developing new ways to study art and historic buildings using advanced technologies. He’s a pioneer in the use of multispectral imaging to analyze historic structures and has uncovered many treasures of the past.
Here is a description from Florence Magazine:
Hidden treasures of Florence, When Technology and Science help History…
Reservations for this Distinguished Speakers event are located at:
Share the journey of discovering hidden art with Maurizio Seracini.
- Restoring art to give a future to the past: Maurizio Seracini at TEDGlobal 2012 (ted.com)
- That unicorn is really a lap dog: The secret details in 4 classic paintings revealed (ted.com)