Melbourne

Roadshow 2010
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Time 10.00 am 10.05 am

Session

Speakers Professor Brian Fitzgerald Professor Brian Fitzgerald

Welcome Introduction and overview
An introduction to Creative Commons, an overview of the licensing scheme and updates on recent developments for Creative Commons in Australia and around the world.
Aduki Independent Press case study with Chris Chinchilla

10.45 am

CC case studies
A selection of Creative Commons case studies from Australia and around the world.
Digital Fringe case study with Justin Schmidt

Elliott Bledsoe

11.30 am

CC in focus
A focus on recent developments in the use of Creative Commons in government and research.
Ping case study with Ajax McKerral

Professor Anne Fitzgerald

12.00 pm
1 September 2010

Lunch

Melbourne
2 September 2010

1.00 pm

Local CC champions

Perth
15 September 2010

John Jacobs, ABC Pool; Andrew A panel discussion of local people and projects Garton, EngageMedia; Blaise engaging with CC licences. Discussants will share Murphet, Platform: Journal of Media and Communication, outcomes, risks and opportunities they have come across in their experiences. University of Melbourne.

Sydney
17 September 2010

2.00 pm

Discussion groups
Facilitated sector-based discussion groups covering topics determined by the sectors identified by registrants..

Facilitated by ccAustralia staff and local CC champions

Brisbane
22 September 2010

Adelaide
23 September 2010

3.30 pm

Wrap up

Professor Brian Fitzgerald

Hobart

3.45 pm

Close

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10.00 am - 3.30 pm, Wednesday, 1 September 2010 The Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria, 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Credits—Image: Screen capture of Australia from OpenStreetMap, http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=-28.4&lon=133.4&zoom=5&layers=M. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic, http://creativecommons.org/ licenses/by-sa/2.0. Heading font: ‘Rawengulk‘ by GLuk, http://sites.google.com/site/glukfonts/home/fonts/rawengulk. Copy font: ‘Junction Regular‘ by Caroline Hadilaksono, http://www.theleagueofmoveabletype.com/fonts/1-junction. Both licensed under a SIL Open Font 1.1, http://scripts.sil.org/OFL_web.

Creative Commons

Program

Melbourne
Roadshow 2010
Creative Commons

Speakers
Chris Chinchilla, Publisher, Aduki Independent Press
CC snapshot presenter

10.05 am

Chris Chinchilla runs Chinchilla Media is based in Melbourne, Australia. Chinchilla Media is home to Aduki Independent Press and Green Renters, http://www.greenrenters.org. Is is also a well seasoned expert in Drupal, CiviCRM, community organisations, social networking and multimedia.
www.aduki.net.au @adukipress Search for ‘Aduki Independent Press’
Credits—Icons: Blue Jeans Social Media Icons by Mysitemyway.com, http://www.iconarchive.com/category/social-network/blue-jeans-social-media-icons-by-mysitemyway.html. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0.

Andrew Garton, Strategic Development and Operations, EngageMedia
Local CC champions panelist

11.30 am

Independent producer, composer and media artist. Currently artist in residence at Dunmoochin, http://www.dunmoochin.org, Cottles Bridge, Victoria, where he is completing the open video micro-docs series, Sarawak Gone, http://sarawakgone.cc. Andrew has an MA in New Media Arts and is secretary of the executive board of the Association for Progressive Communications, http://www.apc.org.
http://engagemedia.org @EngageMedia http://agarton.org

1 September 2010

Melbourne
2 September 2010

John Jacobs, Open Media Designer, ABC Pool and The Night Air, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Local CC champions panelist

Perth
15 September 2010

Sydney
17 September 2010

John is a Media designer at the ABC. He co-produced the popular Triple Jay news theme and helped start podcasting at the ABC. He has an ongoing experimental arts practice and a background in community media being part of the team that laid the foundations for the indymedia citizen journalism movement. He now produces Radio National’s audio adventure The Night Air and is developing Pool, a Govt 2.0 Innovations Award winning website where social media meets public broadcasting. The project aims to test and research new IP and editorial scenarios and feeds these learnings back into ABC legal and rights management departments. Pool has enabled the first release of ABC archival and news materials for reuse under CC open rights frameworks and is working with the NLA to enable citizen direct publishing into their databases.
www.pool.org.au @ABCPool

Brisbane
22 September 2010

Adelaide
23 September 2010

Hobart

10.00 am - 3.30 pm, Wednesday, 1 September 2010 The Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria, 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Melbourne
Roadshow 2010
Creative Commons

Speakers
Ajax McKerral, Project Manager, Ping
CC snapshot presenter

10.05 am

www.pingmusic.com.au

11.30 am

Blaise Murphet, Copyright and External Liaison Manager, PLATFORM: Journal of Media and Communication
Local CC champions panelist

Blaise Murphet is the Copyright and External Liaison Manager for PLATFORM: Journal of Media and Communication. Blaise is also currently completing his MA in Global Media and Communication at the University of Melbourne, where his research focuses on ensuring community access to new media technologies.
http://www.culturecommunication.unimelb.edu. au/platform @PlatformJMC Search for ‘Platform JMC’

1 September 2010

Melbourne
2 September 2010

Perth
15 September 2010

Justin Schmidt, Producer, Digital Fringe
CC snapshot presenter

Sydney
17 September 2010

Brisbane
22 September 2010

Adelaide
23 September 2010

Justin Schmidt is interested in ways of mixing art and technology, adding a sprinkling of social justice and a dash of commerce. He works as a CCD media artist and runs Horse Bazaar, http://horsebazaar.com.au, a multi faceted business that has its fingers in lots of pies; producing Digital Fringe for the Melbourne Fringe Festival, http://www.melbournefringe. com.au, hosting and developing a diverse range of art installations as well as developing media delivery systems and content aggregation.
http://digitalfringe.net @digitalfringeau Search for ‘Digital Fringe Festival’

Hobart

10.00 am - 3.30 pm, Wednesday, 1 September 2010 The Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria, 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne

Credits—Icons: Blue Jeans Social Media Icons by Mysitemyway.com, http://www.iconarchive.com/category/social-network/blue-jeans-social-media-icons-by-mysitemyway.html. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0.

Ajax is the project manager for Ping. He trained as a Jazz drummer at the Canberra School of music in the early 90′s as well as studying music technology at La Trobe University. He set up the London Symphony Orchestra‘s digital education program while working as their Digital Projects Manager. Moving back to Melbourne in late 2007 he set up a consultancy in the arts, education and technology. He has become a Linux, WordPress, BuddyPress expert of late, enjoys making music on various digital devices, and is a big fan of the Creative Commons.

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