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Recherche. Top 5 art exhibits to scope out in Montreal this spring. With winter white gone but spring still lurking around the corner of winter’s lingering dusty gray, we all need to sate our lust for colour in creative ways. Art comes to the rescue, with an army of artists ready to colour in our world and renew our imagination with their fecund visions. Papier13 presents an army of artists who take on the white page, Eve Sussman explores time and space at MACM, Saturation gives us the full colour treatment, Gabriel Coutu-Dumont continues to colour in the spaces between sounds, and Benoît Aquin brings us the heat and colour of Haiti. 1.

Eve Sussman and Rufus Corporation: whiteonwhite May 23 to September 2nd Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal Brooklyn-based artist Eve Sussman and her team Rufus Corporation create things that are out of this world. Photo via macm.org 2. May 4 to 25 Phi Centre Gabriel Coutu-Dumont creates new media and physical works of art that explore music and its paraphernalia, from a visual and sculptural dimension. 3. 4. April 25-28 5. Astronomy. eBouquin. ActuaLitté - Les univers du livre ActuaLitté - Les univers du livre. TED: Ideas worth spreading. Saint Finnian et le Necronomicon du Copyright. Il y a quelques temps, je me suis demandé si le droit d’auteur ne rendait pas fou, face à la multiplication d’affaires traduisant un dérapage de la propriété intellectuelle. Le copyright dégénère de plus en plus souvent en copyfraud (revendication abusive de droit), avec les conséquences néfastes que l’on sait pour l’accès au domaine public, à la connaissance et à l’information.

Pour essayer de mieux comprendre ce phénomène, je me suis replongé dans l’histoire du droit d’auteur, exercice toujours instructif pour prendre un peu de recul et redonner du sens lors des périodes tourmentées (je vous recommande à cet effet l’ouvrage de Françoise Chaudenson A qui appartient l’oeuvre d’art ?). Et de fil en aiguille, j’en suis venu à me demander jusqu’où on pouvait rembobiner ainsi l’écheveau du copyright. On fixe traditionnellement le début de l’histoire du droit d’auteur en 1710, avec l’édiction du Statute of Anne en Angleterre, premier texte à reconnaître des droits au profit des auteurs. About. Want to let people share and use your photographs, but not allow companies to sell them? Looking for access to course materials from the world’s top universities?

Want to encourage readers to re-publish your blog posts, as long as they give you credit? Looking for songs that you can use and remix, royalty-free? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then you should learn more about Creative Commons. Probably the quickest and easiest introduction to CC is to watch the following short video: What is Creative Commons? Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools.

Our free, easy-to-use copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work — on conditions of your choice. Creative Commons licenses are not an alternative to copyright. What can Creative Commons do for me? Our mission Our vision Why CC? What we provide Where we’re going Volunteer. Europa Film Treasures, the treasures from European Film Archives - Europa Film Treasures.

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