Nanyang Technological University
10am – 3pm (including 1 hour lunch break)The information session will be hosted by the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University. The session will be delivered in English. To reserve a space, please sign up at https://www.archesproject.org/event-registration-form/.
The University of Hong Kong
Thursday, 27 August 2015: 10am–5pm (including 1-hour lunch break and reception)
Friday, 28 August 2015: 10am–1pm (optional session for individuals who wish to discuss the system in more detail, including those implementing and evaluating the system)The sessions are being sponsored and organized by a consortium of units at the University of Hong Kong, including the University Museum and Art Gallery (UMAG), Architectural Conservation Programmes (ACP) and the Preservation and Conservation Division (PCD) of HKU Libraries, in collaboration with AXA ART Asia Limited and M+. The session will be delivered in English, with simultaneous interpreting available in Mandarin and Cantonese. To apply to attend, please sign up at https://www.archesproject.org/event-registration-form/.
TAIPEI: Sunday, August 30, 2015
Arches Workshop at the CIPA 2015 Symposium
China University of Technology
10am – 3pm (including 1 hour lunch break)
The workshop will be hosted by CIPA, the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Heritage Documentation. Although there is no workshop attendance fee, participants must be registered for the CIPA 2015 symposium. The workshop will be delivered in English. To reserve a space, please sign up at https://www.archesproject.org/event-registration-form/. Registration information for the CIPA 2015 symposium is available at: http://www.cipa2015.org/registration.html
These events will cover the following topics:
- An overview of the management of heritage data in Arches, including international data standards, graphs, controlled vocabularies, and integration with external web services
- System design and capabilities, including system architecture, creating and managing data, searching and reporting functionality, and geospatial layers
- Arches deployment, including installation, data import and export, and configuration and potential customization
- The Arches community, including how to participate
These activities will also include information on the new functionality available in version 3.0 of the software, the project roadmap, as well as the various ways in which Arches is being implemented by a range of organizations.