Events Hosted by Semantic Arts

This is an interactive training webinar on how and why a journey to becoming Data-Centric is the way to future proof information management for the enterprise.  The training will give you a concentrated view into semantic capabilities, practical learnings of Knowledge Graph application and “hands on” use of Ontology best practices.

To increase engagement throughout the training, we ask that you have your video camera on, that you participate in exercises and help to direct the conversation with questions to better understand how you’re absorbing the material.

The training will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, October 19, 2022 and Thursday, October 20, 2022. Details will be sent to registrants beforehand.

Estes Park Group

First Thursday of each Month | Virtual

Semantic Arts' Estes Park Group is a monthly online presentation and discussion forum on knowledge graph and data-centric architecture (DCA) trends. SA President Dave McComb first brought the Group together in person in 2017 for a weekend retreat in Estes Park, Colorado, thus the name.

Interested in Joining?


gist Council

First Thursday of each Month | Virtual

We have an active governance and best practices community around gist, called the gist Council.

Practitioners and users of gist come together to discuss how to use gist and make suggestions on its evolution.

If you would like to be involved, enter your email and a description of your use of or interest in gist in the box to the right. Someone will be in touch soon.

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Events Semantic Arts is Attending

Ontotext Knowledge Graph Forum

New York City | September 29, 2022

U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium

Lansing, MI | September 29 - October 1, 2022

Presentation by Peter Winstanley, Semantic Arts

"The goal of the U.S. Semantic Technologies Symposium series is to bring together the U.S. Semantic Web community and begin forming such a research network. We achieve this by supporting communication across disciplinary, organizational, and geographical boundaries. The Symposium events provide a forum by which participants can share information and ideas, coordinate ongoing or planned research activities, foster synthesis and new collaborations, develop community standards, and advance their science and education through communication and the sharing of ideas."

Peter, along with other experts, will be speaking on 'Easier RDF'.

Registration is open to the public and more information can be found by clicking the button to the right.


Switzerland | October 5th-6th, 2022

Presentation by Peter Winstanley, Semantic Arts

Peter will be joining this private (invite only) event bringing together friends from the Semantics Community.

Dyalog 2022

Portugal | October 9th-13th, 2022

Presentation by Justin Dowdy: APL on the Side

Dyalog users are fortunate to be able to use APL for an entire project when it is a good fit. Traditional software engineers that are interested in APL often have to find ways to use APL on the side or incorporate APL thinking into their professional work. April* and May are two projects that allow APL to be evaluated from Common Lisp and Clojure, respectively. These projects allow APL to be incrementally employed in projects that don't currently use APL. Justin describes these projects and the ways that he uses them.

Data Days Texas

Austin, TX | January 28, 2023

Presentation by Dave McComb: Data Integration Session on "Zero Copy Integration"

Description coming soon!

Presentation by Michael Uschold: Ontology for Data Scientists Workshop

Providing a deeper understanding of an ontologies are and how they are used. We will introduce foundational concepts of ontology building and interactively start to build an ontology during the session.

Past Events