Wednesday, 7 November 2007

Art, technology, copyright: CC-Salon, London 20 Nov

Fancy "discussion and debate on the subjects of art, technology, copyright and free culture"?

CC Salon London are holding an event on Tues 20 Nov 2007 from 7-11pm in Covent Garden:
Jordan Hatcher, lawyer and legal consultant specialising in intellectual property and technology law, "will present and discuss his work on a new report entitled “Snapshot study on the use of open content licences in the UK cultural heritage sector”. This study primarily examines the use of the Creative Archive (CA) and Creative Commons (CC) licences among UK museums, libraries, galleries, and archives. The key objective has been to get a snapshot of current licensing practices in this area in 2007, and Jordan will report on his findings."

No registration necessary, see the CC-Salon blog for details.

I imagine people like Mia might be interested in this event.

But I've already booked to go to the Channel 4 event on user-generated content in TV, film and design - the very same evening, on a very similar subject, with Creative Commons connections too. Bah. Never mind, one day I'll manage to make it to a London CC Salon...

Via Creative Commons blog.

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