James Hemsley

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James Hemsley speaking at the EVA London 2016 Conference.

James Hemsley is the founder of the EVA Conferences on Electronic Imaging & the Visual Arts.[1][2]

Hemsley was educated as a mathematician at the University of Oxford and undertook his PhD at Imperial College, London in England. More recently he has dedicated himself to electronically mediated culture. The first EVA Conference was held at Imperial College, London in 1990 and many EVA Conferences have been held around the world, including continuing conferences in London on an annual basis. He founded VASARI UK Limited in 1993 as a result of the European ESPRIT VASARI Project,[3] which he project managed, aimed at digitizing paintings at very high quality.[4] He was also project director of the EC-supported EVA Networking EVAN projects. Among his posts, he has worked for the National Museums of Scotland.

Hemsley lives in central London, England.


  1. ^ James Hemsley, Vito Cappellini, and Gerd Stanke (editors), Digital Applications for Cultural and Heritage Institutions. Ashgate Publishing, 2005. ISBN 978-0-7546-3359-4.
  2. ^ Hemsley, James (2013). "The EVA Conference 1990–2012: Personal Reflections". In Bowen, Jonathan P.; Ng, Kia; Keene, Suzanne. Electronic Visualisation in Arts and Culture. Springer Series on Cultural Computing. Springer. pp. 1–5. ISBN 978-1-4471-5406-8. 
  3. ^ VASARI project.
  4. ^ A Chain of EVA Conferences Archived 2007-05-17 at the Wayback Machine., Cultivate International, Issue 3, January 2011.

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