Open Minds Podcast: Coraline Ada Ehmke on Ethical Source

We’ve been getting such great feedback about our new podcast, Open Minds…from Creative Commons. Thank you for listening! On today’s episode, Sarah Pearson, CC’s Senior Counsel, talks to Coraline Ada Ehmke about her work at the intersection of open source and social good. Ehmke is a developer, writer, speaker, musician, and activist. She’s the creator … Read More “Open Minds Podcast: Coraline Ada Ehmke on Ethical Source”

Open Minds: Celebrating Smithsonian Open Access With Effie Kapsalis

In two days, the Smithsonian will celebrate one year of Smithsonian Open Access. This initiative removed copyright restrictions from 2.8 million digital collection 2D and 3D images and nearly two centuries of data using Creative Commons’ public domain dedication tool (CC0). Launched just before many of us went into lockdown due to COVID-19, Smithsonian Open … Read More “Open Minds: Celebrating Smithsonian Open Access With Effie Kapsalis”

Announcing Our New Podcast: “Open Minds … from Creative Commons”

Today we’re excited to launch a new podcast called Open Minds … from Creative Commons. It’s CC’s 20th anniversary this year. And to celebrate, we decided to launch this show, a series of conversations with people working on the issues we’re involved with and excited about. Expect Open Minds to feature folks from the worlds of … Read More “Announcing Our New Podcast: “Open Minds … from Creative Commons””

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Opened to the public in 1903, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a world-class museum that houses more than 5,000 art objects, including works by Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Raphael, Degas, and Sargent. It is also known for its phenomenal music program, lectures, and symposia, as well as the museum’s nationally recognized Artist-in-Residence and educational programs. Online, … Read More “Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum”

Make: television

Make: television is a new TV program from the wonderful crew behind MAKE Magazine that focuses on DIY culture and “celebrates “Makers” – the inventors, artists, geeks and just plain everyday folks who mix new and old technology to create new-fangled marvels.” The show began airing on public television (broadcast/cable tv) a little over a … Read More “Make: television”