Research Experience

Published papers

Refereed

Ennis Butler, B (2017). Added Value: new interfaces for cultural collections. Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference 2017. Australian National University, Canberra. Available online.

Ennis Butler, B. (2013). Escaping search: generous interfaces for cultural collections. Museums Australia National Conference, Canberra.

Ennis Butler, B. (2013). Visual Exploration of Australian Prints and Printmaking. Museums and the Web. Portland, Oregon. Available online.

Ennis Butler, B., Hinton, S. & Whitelaw, M. (2011). Playing with Complexity: An approach to exploratory data visualisation. Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Annual Conference. University of Canberra and Australian National University, Canberra. Available online.

Non-Refereed

Whitelaw, M. & Ennis Butler, B. (2012). Visual Exploration of Australian Prints and Printmaking. Digital Humanities Australasia conference. Australian National University, Canberra.

Conference Presentations & Symposiums

Whitelaw, M., Ennis Butler, B. & Post, R. (2016). Digital Collections: Generous and Poetic Interfaces Online. Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Australasia. Canberra.

Ennis Butler, B. & Whitelaw, M. (2015). Explore Australian Prints + Printmaking. Recasting the Question: Digital approaches in art history and museums symposium. University of Sydney and Australian National University, Canberra.

Ennis Butler, B. (2015). Innovative interfaces for digital cultural heritage collections. Museums and the Web Australia conference, Melbourne.

Ennis Butler, B. (2015). Artists and Virtual Archives. Future Feminist Archive Symposium. Sydney College of the Arts and Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Ennis Butler, B. (2013). Escaping search: generous interfaces for cultural collections. Museums Australia National Conference, Canberra.

Invited / Guest Lectures

Digital collection interfaces and Australian Prints + Printmaking. Guest lecture for Digital Humanities Theories and Projects, Australian National University (October, 2018 - forthcoming)

Escaping the search box. Guest lecture for Digital Humanities Theories and Projects, Australian National University (October, 2017)

Explore: Australian Prints and Printmaking, and a quick introduction to data visualisation. Guest lecture for Cyberculture, Australian National University (March, 2014)

An introduction to Data Visualisation. Guest lecture for Foundation Computer Studies, Australian National University (October, 2013)

Data Visualisation 101. Guest lecture for Influence, Belief and Argument at University of Canberra (October, 2012)

Workshops

Co-presenter (with Mitchell Whitelaw), THATCamp Canberra. (October 2014).

Concepts and Methods Workshop, organised by the News and Media Research Centre at the University of Canberra. (August 2014).

Invited to attend 2 day Data Visualisation Conference at the National Institute of Experimental Arts at UNSW. (November 2011).

Creative Publications

Timeline (2016) An explore interface for Australian Prints + Printmaking, National Gallery of Australia. Available at: http://printsandprintmaking.gov.au/explore/timeline

Subjects Explorer (2015) An explore interface for Australian Prints + Printmaking, National Gallery of Australia. Available at: http://printsandprintmaking.gov.au/explore/subjects-explorer

The Fader. (2014) An explore interface for Australian Prints + Printmaking, National Gallery of Australia. http://printsandprintmaking.gov.au/explore/the-fader

All Artists. (2013) An explore interface for Australian Prints + Printmaking, National Gallery of Australia. Developed with Mitchell Whitelaw. Available at: http://printsandprintmaking.gov.au/explore/all-artists

Decade Summary (2013) An explore interface for Australian Prints + Printmaking, National Gallery of Australia. Developed with Mitchell Whitelaw. Available at: http://printsandprintmaking.gov.au/explore/decade-summary

Works and Networks (2012) An explore interface for Australian Prints + Printmaking, National Gallery of Australia. Developed with Mitchell Whitelaw. Available at: http://printsandprintmaking.gov.au/explore/works-and-networks