Arches Videos

The following are videos that feature Arches. If you have put together a video about Arches and would like it included here (with attribution, of course), please let us know via email (contact@archesproject.org) or via our Community Forum.

Webinars

These are videos that are related to Arches Webinars. When available, transcripts and slide decks will be included.

Arches Project Community Call: Forum Transition to Discourse
by Lindsey Gant (May 2021)

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Intro to the Arches Platform: Part 4 – Information Architecture + Q&A
by Dennis Wuthrich (April 2021)

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Intro to the Arches Platform: Part 3 – Data Technology Concepts + Q&A
by the Arches Team (January 2021)

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Arches Community Webinar: Documentation
by Adam Cox (November 2020)

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Arches Version 5.0 Demo + Q&A
by the Arches Team (August 2020)

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Arches Version 5.0 Preview + Q&A
by the Arches Team (February 2020)

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Intro to the Arches Platform: Part 2 – Data Management Tools + Q&A
by the Arches Team (December 2019)

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Intro to the Arches Platform: Part 1 – Capabilities + Q&A
by the Arches Team (October 2019)

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Arches Webinar: Arches Collector Preview and Q&A
by the Arches Team (August 2019)

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Demonstrations and Tutorials

These are videos that provide informational and/or instructional content on Arches.

Arches Kubernetes Workshop
by Flax & Teal Limited (May 25, 2021)

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How to Create Resource Graphs in Arches v4 Cultural Heritage Software
by Farallon Geographics (July 2016)

Overview Demonstration of the Arches v3 Platform
by the Arches Team (July 2015)

Implementations

These are videos that are related to Arches implementations.

Arches: Innovative Technology for Historic Lincoln
Planning Manager Kieron Manning, City Archaeologist Alastair MacIntosh, and Principal Conservation Officer Sarah Harrison, representing the City of Lincoln Council, UK, discuss their particular needs and considerations and why they chose Arches to power Lincoln’s new Historic Environment Record system, ARCADE. (May 2018)

Philippine Heritage Map Video
This is a video to help promote the Philippine Heritage Map and encourage volunteers to participate in the project.
The video was produced by Glen Charles Lopez and Grupo Kalinangan. Soundtrack: “I’m Gonna Go” by Dan-O (December 2015)

Presentations

These are videos of presentations about Arches, Arches implementations, and other Arches-related content.

May 2021 – CoSTAR Public Talk on Arches
by Dennis Wuthrich of Farallon Geographics and Annabel Enriquez of Getty Conservation Institute

This presentation was part of the Summer 2021 module of the Conservation Science Training and Research (CoSTAR) program, which was hosted by the Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute (Harvard University) in partnership with the Harvard Global Research Support Centre in New Delhi and the Harvard Art Museums; and in association with Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS Museum) in Mumbai. For more information about the CoSTAR program: https://mittalsouthasiainstitute.harvard.edu/costar-program/

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May 2021 – Arches For Science CoSTAR Presentation
by Catherine Patterson of Getty Conservation Institute and Dennis Wuthrich of Farallon Geographics

This presentation was part of the Summer 2021 module of the Conservation Science Training and Research (CoSTAR) program, which was hosted by the Lakshmi Mittal and Family South Asia Institute (Harvard University) in partnership with the Harvard Global Research Support Centre in New Delhi and the Harvard Art Museums; and in association with Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS Museum) in Mumbai. For more information about the CoSTAR program: https://mittalsouthasiainstitute.harvard.edu/costar-program/

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December 2020 – Arches Developer Meeting: Project Presentations
by Dennis Wuthrich, Andy Jones from Historic England, Phil Weir and Sarah Byrne from Flax&Teal Ltd., and Adam Cox of Legion GIS LLC. (December 2020)

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November 2020 – Displaying Vector Tiles Using PostGIS  in Arches

by Rob Gaston of Farallon Geographics for the Crunchy Data Virtual PostGIS Day 2020. (November 2020)

July 2019 – Community-based Inventories of Intangible Cultural Heritage using Photovoice & Arches, by Angela M. Labrador, presented at “Protecting the Past for the Future: Digital Documentation as One of the Imperative Tools for Safeguarding of Cultural Heritage” seminar at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul
Presentation by Angela Labrador of Coherit Associates LLC. This presentation discusses Arches for intangible heritage. Please note the discussion of Arches begins at the 50:10 time mark.

December 2018 – CAAUK conference in Edinburgh- “Changing the game – managing data with the Arches platform”
Special FISH presentation by Phil Carlisle of Historic England. The aim of this session was to look at current initiatives that demonstrate the way standards are being developed and used to share, link, and engage users.

December 2017 – Arches Presentation at the Cultural Resource Fund Site Gathering “Respecting Place” (1 of 2)
Introduction presented by GCI Digital Project Specialist Annabel Lee Enriquez. The Arches team participated in this event in New Mexico, which brought together representatives from Tribes and Tribal Nations within the United States to learn about various geospatial and documentation technologies. The gathering was organized by the MICA Group, which administers the Cultural Resource Fund which provides funding support to Tribes and Tribal Nations and State Historic Preservation Offices in the United States for cultural and historic preservation projects. 

December 2017 – Arches Presentation at the Cultural Resource Fund Site Gathering “Respecting Place” (2 of 2)
Arches v4 demo presented by Farallon CEO Dennis Wuthrich. Conclusion presented by Annabel Lee Enriquez. Questions and answers. The Arches team participated in this event in New Mexico, which brought together representatives from Tribes and Tribal Nations within the United States to learn about various geospatial and documentation technologies. The gathering was organized by the MICA Group, which administers the Cultural Resource Fund which provides funding support to Tribes and Tribal Nations and State Historic Preservation Offices in the United States for cultural and historic preservation projects. 

March 2016 – CAA Oslo 2016 Presentation: “Endangered archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa: The development of a spatial database”
Presented by Richard Jennings

May 5, 2015 – Arches event to launch Version 3 (1 of 4)
Opening remarks were delivered by Bonnie Burnham, President of World Monuments Fund, and Tim Whalen, Director of the Getty Conservation Institute. Bonnie Burnham discussed the benefits of cultural heritage inventories, while Tim Whalen outlined the history behind the development of the Arches system.

May 5, 2015 – Arches event to launch Version 3 (2 of 4)
Janet Hansen, Deputy Manager of the City of Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources, discussed the use of Arches for HistoricPlacesLA.org, the Los Angeles Historic Resources Inventory. In addition to describing how the HistoricPlacesLA.org system works, Hansen also touched upon how the data is being used by the City to inform planning and policy decisions.

May 5, 2015 – Arches event to launch Version 3 (3 of 4)
Arches is also currently in use by the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) Cultural Heritage Initiatives for Syria and Iraq through a cooperative agreement between ASOR and the U.S. Department of State. The ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives make use of available satellite imagery, news reports and social media, as well as on-the-ground informants to monitor and document impacts to heritage places in Syria and Iraq. Scott Branting, ASOR Director of Geospatial Initiatives, discussed how they have used Arches to compile those assessments within a comprehensive inventory that includes archaeological sites, historic buildings, museums, libraries, and archives.

May 5, 2015 – Arches event to launch Version 3 (4 of 4)
Dennis Wuthrich, CEO and Founder of Farallon Geographics, Inc., the firm contracted by the GCI and WMF to develop Arches, explained how Arches leverages new semantic and geospatial technologies to create a system that better manages cultural heritage inventory data.

March 26, 2013 – Arches presentation at CAA 2013 in Perth under the subject area, “Open source methods and practices in heritage archaeology”
Presented by Yiannis Avramides, Arches project team member from the World Monuments Fund.

Last updated:  August 2021