miércoles, septiembre 20, 2006

New from the Creative Commons web site:

CC Concert

WIRED and Flavorpill present:

Creative Commons Concert in New York, September 29

If you'll be near New York City on September 29, please join us at Irving Plaza for the Creative Commons Concert presented by WIRED and Flavorpill. The show will feature Mike Patton's experimental pop supergroup Peeping Tom, DJ/producer Diplo, and mash-up/remix artist Girl Talk. Proceeds from ticket sales will go to Creative Commons (please note that ticket price is not tax-deductible). The concert is a part of Next Music, which kicks off WIRED NextFest, a four-day festival featuring more than 130 interactive exhibits from scientists and researchers from around the world. Tickets are $25 each (plus service charge) and are available online at Ticketmaster.

Armed Madhouse Remix Contest

Armed Madhouse Remix Contest

Enter the Armed Madhouse Remix Contest! Bestselling author Greg Palast is offering tracks from his recent audio book Armed Madhouse online under a Creative Commons BY-NC license, so that musicians and producers can use them in remixes. If you’re into sampling and mash-ups, download the audio, create a remix, and send your finished MP3 to submitremix@gregpalast.com. All eligible entries will be posted online and voted on by the public. The producers of the five winning remixes will receive a prize package courtesy of Alternative Tentacles records, Palast Productions, Evil Twin Booking, and Air America Radio. The top five winners will also be featured on the next Greg Palast spoken word CD on Alternative Tentacles records.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's: The Concert

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's "The Concert"

Visit the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's website to download "The Concert,” a new classical music podcast offered under the Creative Commons Music Sharing license. The podcast features unreleased live performances by master musicians and talented young artists recorded from the museum’s Sunday Concert Series. "The Concert" includes music by Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert, and Chopin for solo piano, orchestra, string quartet, and voice. A new podcast will be posted on the 1st and 15th of every month; users can subscribe to receive free, automatic updates delivered directly to their computers or mp3 players. With “The Concert," the Gardner Museum becomes the first art museum to encourage sharing and free distribution of its online programming by using a Creative Commons license.

Dropping Knowledge's Living Library

Dropping Knowledge's Living Library

Dropping Knowledge will soon offer over 600 hours of audio-visual material from the recent Table of Free Voices event under a Creative Commons license. The Table of Free Voices took place in Berlin, Germany on September 9, 2006. At this historic gathering, more than 100 esteemed artists, academics, entrepreneurs, scientists, and activists gathered to answer questions about the state of the world. The recorded results will be published online as the Living Library and offered to the world under CC's Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.


1 Comentarios:

Anonymous Anónimo dijo...

Нi it's mе, I am also viѕitіng this web site regularly,
this site iѕ in fact pleaѕant and the people are actually
sharing nice thoughts.

my web page - księgowość Łódź

5:19 p.m.  

Publicar un comentario

Suscribirse a Comentarios de la entrada [Atom]

<< Página Principal