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Open acces in arts sector

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Open Acces in Arts
Sector
Cases & thoughs of its implementation
#UOSM2008

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Met Museum
Made 375,000
Images Free
(Barone, 2017)
- Increasing access to the collection has
been a priority for Met Museu...

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TheGuggenheim
MuseumSharesOver
200FreeArtBooks
ThroughtheInternet
Archive
- Over the last few years, the
Guggenheim Museum...

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Open acces in arts sector

  1. 1. Open Acces in Arts Sector Cases & thoughs of its implementation #UOSM2008
  2. 2. Met Museum Made 375,000 Images Free (Barone, 2017) - Increasing access to the collection has been a priority for Met Museum. - Now anyone can download 375,000 images, for any kind of use. - Met has joined forces with several partners – including Creative Commons, Wikimedia and Pinterest to make everything as available as possible. #CASESTUDY
  3. 3. TheGuggenheim MuseumSharesOver 200FreeArtBooks ThroughtheInternet Archive - Over the last few years, the Guggenheim Museum has slowly released an impressive library of modern and historic art books in collaboration with the Internet Archive. - The rare and out-of-print titles include books about Pablo Picasso, Roy Lichtenstein, Paul Klee, Jenny Holzer, Joseph Cornell, as well as several exhibition catalogs and books about the museum itself. (Jobson, 2017) #CASESTUDY
  4. 4. David Shankbone- Amateurphotographer http://blog.shankbone.org/about/ #THOUGHT(Jobson, 2017) I use Creative Commons licensing to give something back to society and to make the statement that there is more to living than just the pursuit of money.
  5. 5. PeterMeade- Professional photographer http://www.petermeadephotography.co.uk/ #THOUGHT(Jobson, 2017) I briefly used a creative commons licence on a few of my photos, at about the time I started posting photos on Flickr. I thought that it may be a useful way of raising my profile as a photographer. However, I saw no benefit and quickly found that photos were rapidly spread across the web.
  6. 6. AndrewWiard--ProfessionalphotographerspeakingonbehalfoftheBritish PressPhotographersAssociation(BPPA): http://www.andrew-wiard.com/ #THOUGHT(Jobson, 2017) If Creative Commons could devise a system guaranteed to protect our intellectual property rights, we would be prepared to look at it -- until then it's best avoided.
  7. 7. AndrewApplepie– Musicproducer https://andrewapplepie.com/ #THOUGHT(Jobson, 2017)

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