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Monthly Archives: October 2008
I’m sure everyone has been glued to the fabulous new series of ABC’s Not Quite Art, and so there’s no need for me to post this.
But for those who couldn’t get to their TVs – last night’s episode focused on remix culture, and had a great section in CC. This included footage from CCau’s conference and ccSalon in June, interviews with two of our featured commoners, Yunyu and Chris Denaro (don’t miss his exhibition at Metro Arts!), and a great bit from friend of CCau, Mark Pesce.
Shift, which showcases the work of CC artist Chris Denaro, focuses on the theme of ‘motion’ and is the culmination of a 10 month residency in which Chris worked with found material and other local artists.
Those of you who made it to CCau’s conference and ccSalon in June will no doubt remember Chris’s animations, which were screened on the big screen and plasmas in the venue throughout the day.
Build the Commons , the international Creative Commons Fundraising Campaign for this year, started today (15 October in the United States), launched with the release of the newest CC video A Shared Culture.
A Shared Culture – Jesse Dylan
Amy Barker, Project Manager of Remix My Lit and Elliott Bledsoe, Project Officer, ccAustralia are both heading down to Australia’s biggest independent arts festival This Is Not Art to take part in a number of events.
On Friday 3 October, find us at:
CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSING (part of Electrofringe)
ABC Pool Producer (http://pool.org.au), Katie Gauld takes you though a clear and detailed explanation of Creative Commons licensing from a producers point of view.
Speakers: John Jacobs, Producer, ABC Pool, Radio National, Australian Broadcasting Corporation; and Elliott Bledsoe, Project Officer, Creative Commons Australia
Cost: Free event
LICENCE TO ILL: LEGALITIES, LICENSING, IMPLICATIONS AND IMPLEMENTATIONS! (part of Sound Summit)
Key representatives from APRA, the PPCA and Creative Commons join artists and industry to discuss the latest on artist copyright, licensing, downloading and legislation. In particular, addressing the impact & implications for local music communities.