The Institute for Infinitely Small Things addresses the commons through an “art for all” approach to engage with the political through their work in public spaces.
New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art releases 375,000 digital works for remix and re-use online via CC0
Today, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York announces that all public domain images in its collection will be shared under CC0, expanding their digital collection by over 375,000 images.
Indonesian electronic duo Bottlesmoker has been making DIY, “open source” music since 2005.
Recently, Europeana Sounds has doubled the amount of audio heritage available on the Europeana platform.
What does it mean to listen to the past through a truly modern lens? This is the question the Dutch project re:vive seeks to answer.
Step outside of the status quo with Maya Zankoul: A Lebanese illustrator discusses her connection to the commons
Popular Lebanese illustrator, webcomic author, and blogger Maya Zankoul spreads the message of the commons through her art, her design studio, and her video company wezank.
HowlRound was founded five years ago as the “knowledge commons” for the theater community to better include the voices of artists and creators working for inclusivity. The HowlRound organizers we interviewed, Jamie Gahlon, Vijay Mathew, Adewunmi Oke, and Ramona Ostrowski, exemplify the concept of the commons through their commitment to community action, creative output, and creating meaningful, … Read More “Curtain up on HowlRound, the theater knowledge commons”