Ministry of Culture, Government of Greece
The American School of Classical Studies in Athens
Stephen V. Tracy, Director
Maria Pilali, Administrator
The Parthenon, Centennial Park, Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson
County, Nashville, Tennessee
Wesley Paine, Director
The National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Education Programs
The Office of the Provost, Columbia University
The Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University, Hilary M.
The Greek Ministry of Culture graciously granted permission for QTVR photography on the Athenian Acropolis. We are most grateful for this opportunity to photograph the buildings of the Acropolis and to provide Internet access to this material for the educational community.
We owe a special debt of gratitude to Ms. Maria Pilali, Administrator, American School of Classical Studies in Athens, who was instrumental in obtaining the necessary permissions from the Greek Ministry of Culture for our QTVR photography on the Acropolis.
Ms. Wesley Paine, Director, The Parthenon Museum, Centennial Park, Nashville, kindly granted permission for QTVR photography at the full-scale model of the Parthenon in Nashville. This unique monument provides the finest educational opportunity for students to understand the Parthenon in its original state.
We would also like to thank Ms. Barbara Ashbrook of the National Endowment for the Humanities for her support and good will as the Senior Project Officer administering our NEH funding for The History of Architecture Digital Teaching Project.
This program was designed and developed by the Visual Media Center, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University
Prof. Clemente Marconi, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University, Faculty Advisor
Robert Carlucci, Director, Visual Media Center, Project Manager
Jeremy Stynes, Educational Technologist, Visual Media Center, Web site designer and developer, QTVR photographer and developer (Athens)
James Conlon, Research Staff Associate, Visual Media Center, Project Research and Preparation, QTVR photographer and developer (Athens)
Andrew Tallon, Visual Media Center Fellow, Visual Media Center, QTVR photographer and developer (Nashville)
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