Loes and co-editors Martina Revello Lami and Hayley Mickleburgh invite manuscripts for the Special Issue of Open Archaeology on Art, Creativity and Automation. Sharing 3D Visualization Practices in Archaeology.

This Special Issue results from a successfull conference that Loes co-organised last February: the first Archon Winter School titled Sharing Practices: Archaeological 3D Visualisation in the Netherlands. This three-day event aimed to move beyond traditional research boundaries, and seeked to establish a community of practice for young researchers in the Netherlands with a shared interest in 3D visualisation of (archaeological) heritage. Archaeologists from both academic and commercial settings contributed to the symposium by sharing their work in the form of workshops, oral presentations and/or interactive posters. All contributions promoted the development of an established set of standards, guidelines or methodology of the use and deployment of 3D technology in archaeological research.

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