Open Minds Podcast: Damien Riehl & Noah Rubin of All The Music

Hello Creative Commoners! We are back with a brand new episode of CC’s Open Minds … from Creative Commons podcast. In this episode, we sat down with programmer, musician, and copyright attorney, Damien Riehl, and fellow musician and programmer, Noah Rubin—the creators of the All The Music project. Frustrated by accidental copyright infringement lawsuits stifling … Read More “Open Minds Podcast: Damien Riehl & Noah Rubin of All The Music”

Webinar Recording: ResiliArt x Mondiacult – From Access to Culture to Contemporary Creativity

  In 2020, we entered the last Decade of Action to implement the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As the target date for achieving the SDGs draws closer, UNESCO is engaging its Member States and the international community in a renewed reflection on cultural policies to address global challenges and set immediate and future … Read More “Webinar Recording: ResiliArt x Mondiacult – From Access to Culture to Contemporary Creativity”

Panel: ResiliArt x Mondiacult – From Access to Culture to Contemporary Creativity

Join us on Wednesday, 23 February for an online panel discussion, as we explore how open access to cultural heritage materials encourages artists to discover, share, and remix such materials.  In advance of the UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development — Mondiacult 2022, Creative Commons is pleased to participate in the ResiliArt … Read More “Panel: ResiliArt x Mondiacult – From Access to Culture to Contemporary Creativity”

“No tool is better than the people”: CC artists in conversation on Collaboration, Community, and the Commons

We’ve been thinking about the role of Creative Commons in 2017, an era where much of digital sharing culture exists within walled garden platforms, with liking and commenting on insta-photos and sharing playlists that can only be streamed. In other words, the web has changed since CC initially launched in 2001, and we are grappling … Read More ““No tool is better than the people”: CC artists in conversation on Collaboration, Community, and the Commons”