Archive for the ‘Archaeology’ Tag

Archaeology instruction videos for Iraq complete   Leave a comment

After six months work, a series of instructional videos aimed toward universities in Iraq have been completed through a collaboration of the University of Arizona Arizona State Museum, The Drachman Institute, and the U.S. State Department. The videos illustrate such topics as what constitutes an archaeological collection, how to label and photograph objects, and procedures […]

Anza humanities portraits completed   Leave a comment

If there is one thing I have learned from documentary making it is that the elements of a story can be combined in many ways. It is a puzzle in which the corners and shapes are fluid, at least on the surface of things. The question becomes how best to order and mix elements to […]

First light on archaeological project   Leave a comment

A¬†one minute prototype for the Arizona State Museum Iraq archaeology project video is finished. Sorry, not for public view. This version is just to show the translators what this basically might look and sound like. They will then translate the spoken English text into several languages, which will later become voice tracks of different versions […]

Buckley begins archaeology video project   Leave a comment

This past week Daniel Buckley Productions began a new project in conjunction with the Arizona State Museum to create a series of videos to guide field archaeologists in the proper collection, cataloging and¬†maintenance of significant historical artifacts. The video series is an extension of lectures and workshops ASM staff has conducted in recent years in […]