April 25, 2006  ·  Lessig


Their text (borrowed):

Harvard Free Culture presents Sharing is Daring, a showcase of new & derivative artworks released under flexible licenses that allow for sharing & remixing. The exhibition will feature a range of graphic, photography, video, and multimedia works by: ~ Abram Stern ~ Matt Vance ~ Elton Lovelace ~ Brian Zbriger ~ Suburban Kids with Biblical Names ~ Shanying Cui ~ Ben Sisto ~ Tim Jacques ~ Rebecca Rojer ~ Greg Perkins ~ Ryan Sciaino ~ David Meme ~ Matt Boch & Claire Chanel ~Selections from the 100 Second Film Festival ~

Opening night is Thurs., Apr. 27, 2006 at 8pm at the Adams Artspac, Harvard University, Plympton at Bow St., Cambridge, MA. (map)

Food and drink will be served.

The show will run from April 27 – May 6. For more information, go to SharingIsDaring or contact here.

About Harvard Free Culture

Harvard Free Culture is a student group dedicated to promoting cultural participation and open intellectual property policy in the digital age. It seeks to reach out to artists, creators, technologists, and policymakers alike to address these issues and promote access to culture and knowledge. More information is available at Harvard Free Culture.

  • http://harvard.freeculture.org Elizabeth Stark

    FYI, the more convenient address to enter the Artspace is 12 Linden St., Cambridge, MA. You can find a map here.

    See you there!

  • http://welikesheep.org nate


    If you don’t know dare2share is the name of a christan ministry that has been holding large 1000+ kids confrences all over the US for a while. They might not take this kindly, just an fyi.


  • anonymous

    Well, the Christians just need to get with the sharing/appropriation Free Culture program.

    They should be happy to have their good name “shared” by the copycat “artists”.

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