Date(s) - 07/12/2019
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Nolan on Lovel Gallery
Talking Artz Fluidity Project 2019 Last Event
Please come along to our next Talking ArtZ event at Nolan on Lovel Gallery, Lovel Street, Katoomba from 3pm. If you have ever wanted to explore art-making in diverse collaborative ways, this event is for you. Tim and Miriam will be discussing the potential of creative commons – an exciting proposal for working collaboratively in an open creative system.
Please bring your friends, and some food and drinks to share for this end of year event.
We have had some great tralks this year and home all our presenters and \patrons will koin us for a last celebration for 2019.
This years presenters included:
Sabrina Rosener, Kelly Heylen, Julie Ankers, Kerry Chater, Barbara Lepani, Simon Hearn, Victor Paralta, Dr Regine Wagner, Roland Hemmert, Roslyn Elms, Ian Neil Morrison, Bruce Cale, Lis Bastion, Peter Long, Marty Walker, Peter Damo, Gary Hughes, John Ellison, Rilka Oakley and of course founder (and guest artist) Wendy Tsai. We are hoping they will all come and join us for last drinks!
Title: Fluidity Project – Exploring Collaborations
Venue: Nolan on Lovel Gallery
Address: 56A Lovel St, Katoomba NSW 2780
0323: 7th Dec 3 – 5PM
Phone: (02) 4782 6231
Concept: Fluidity Project, is an experimental participatory multi-arts project that explores ideas through creating works in a collaborative virtual space, using the principle of the Creative Commons, where appropriation and referencing one another’s works is allowed and encouraged. The project aims to establish a method of sharing and using various art elements from all genres, visual, music, film, written etc. It is based on a form licensing agreement known as Creative Commons where a creator wants to give other people the right to share, use, and build upon a work that they (the author) have created.
In our concept CC provides a creator flexibility and protects the people who use or redistribute an author’s work from concerns of copyright infringement if they attribute the original author in any work they subsequently create. If artwork generates income, the final artist receives the income and does not need to share the income but they do need to attribute all contributed works.