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These are the slides for my talk at 'Sharing is Caring: Right to Remix' held in Copenhagen on 2 October 2015. The talk was entitled 'How open is open enough? A philosophy of cultural commons for the cultural heritage sector'. It has also been filmed, and is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHjJPcGi0mw .

http://sharecare.nu/category/sic-2015/

These are the slides for my talk at 'Sharing is Caring: Right to Remix' held in Copenhagen on 2 October 2015. The talk was entitled 'How open is open enough? A philosophy of cultural commons for the cultural heritage sector'. It has also been filmed, and is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHjJPcGi0mw .

http://sharecare.nu/category/sic-2015/

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  1. 1. How open is open enough? A philosophy of cultural commons for the cultural heritage sector Eva Van Passel iMinds-SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel #sharecare15 #righttoremix
  2. 2. Times of change Image CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 by William Cho on Flickr Users, makers, online experience seekers Digital access: how to get involved?! Often great challenges for cultural institutions
  3. 3. My background: research Local digitisation and digital access projects Research in the Europeana context A small-scale research project with an artist
  4. 4. Europeana Inside Open licensing of data as potential barrier 'One size fits all' can be scary for many This does not imply an unwillingness to share
  5. 5. An artist’s perspective Jasper Rigole's IICADOM: the International Institute for the Conservation, Archiving and Distribution of other People’s Memories Lessons for real memory institutions Stills from Temps Mort Jasper Rigole, 2010
  6. 6. Creative approaches to openness Attitudes to risk Interacting with external platforms Fostering creative reuse (Van Passel & Rigole, 2014)
  7. 7. Arts and heritage: ad hoc challenges “There has to be a better way.” Towards a framework for practice and policy Why a philosophy of commons?
  8. 8. “Towards a Cultural Commons Approach as a Framework for Cultural Policy and Practice in a Network Society”. Paper with the Agency for Arts & Heritage, presented at a conference on Knowledge Commons (van der Linden, Van Passel & Driesen, 2014) Working with policy makers
  9. 9. The intrinsic value of culture Users' right to sustainable access A varied and inclusive offer Underlying principles
  10. 10. Constructed cultural commons? Resources and community Goals and objectives Degrees of openness Governance (Madison, Frischmann & Strandburg, 2010)
  11. 11. … and in practice? Beware of the black hole of the 20th century Michael P. Edson: “Think big, start small, move fast!” Open up what you can, as soon as you can Towards a cultural commons for Europe
  12. 12. Thank you! eva.van.passel@vub.ac.be
  13. 13. (References) Madison, M. J., Frischmann, B. M., Strandburg, K. J. (2010). Constructing Commons in the Cultural Environment. Cornell Law Review, 95 (4), 657-709. van der Linden, H., Van Passel, E., & Driesen, L. (2014). Towards a Cultural Commons Approach as a Framework for Cultural Policy and Practice in a Network Society. Paper presented at the 2nd Thematic Conference on Knowledge Commons, 5-6 September 2014, New York, USA. Van Passel, E., & Rigole, J. (2014). Fictional Institutions and Institutional Frictions: Creative Approaches to Open GLAMs. Digital Creativity, Volume 25, Issue 3, 203-211. DOI: 10.1080/14626268.2014.904363 Slide “Know your cultural institutions' rights” by Andrea Wallace, a@andeewallace.com (Photographs by Eva Van Passel, unless otherwise noted)

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