A large part of the origins of the Creative Commons license was the artistic sector. Join a panel of practicing artists who will share how and why they chose to use Creative Commons licenses for their works and discuss the changing landscape of creative practice, intellectual property and participatory culture.
This is the second in a series of salons across the country to raise awareness of the potentials of the Creative Commons and to celebrate the re-launch of the Creative Commons Canada affiliate,
The salon is being held in conjunction with the 9th International Open Education conference.
Panelists will include
- Ian MacKenzie (documentary filmmaker - http://www.ianmack.com/)
- David Ng (Phylo Game Project - http://phylogame.org/)
- Lois Klassen (QR_U (an open school) - http://qruopenschool.ca/)
- Elisa Yon (The Meta Portrait project - http://www.elisayon.com/#mapping-meta-portrait)
- Martha Rans (Artists Legal Outreach - http://artistslegaloutreach.ca/)
Date/Time - Monday, October 15 7-9 p.m.
Place - Upstairs at the W2 Media Cafe, 111 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC
Cost - This is a FREE event. However, space is limited - please add your name to the attendee list so we can plan appropriately for food orders and seating.