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Building on the work of the Open Lab and its predecessor the R&D Lab, the Open Culture Research Group explores the history of craft traditions, free software, open source, creative commons, and other models of shared, open culture.
Part of an Open Culture, is the culture of sharing, so we have organized a series of skillshares about a range of issues: From how to share your wifi safely, to how to best advocate for open licensing among artists and visual makers. There is also a distinct interest in understanding the possible interaction between open licenses and forms of distribution, be that an art gallery, a furniture manufacturer, or a type foundry.
One of our current research threads focuses on design methodologies toward social change and critical intervention. Follow the Open Culture research blog as it develops.
|Amanda McDonald Crowley|
|Joanne K. Cheung|
|Eyebeam Fellows and Residents participating in Art Hack Day|
|Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus|
|"Strategic Reality Dictionary" book launch and presentation|
|An Introduction to Computational Fashion|
|Artist Talk: Performing the Web|
|C.Spot makes Hacking Couture hers|
|CALL TODAY: a workshop on urban signage|
|Collaborative Futures 2nd Edition Book Sprint|
|Collaborative Futures, 2nd Edition Book Launch|
|College of Tactical Culture|
|Copyright and creative practice in Jamaica and beyond|
|Corporate Commands: Walking Expedition & Performance Lab|
|ElectroSmog Festival at Eyebeam|
|ElectroSmog SkillShare: Tools and Models for Online Collaboration|
|Exhibition: Open(Art) – Creative platforms for the open web|
|Exhibition: Performing the Web|
|Eyebeam Roadshow San Jose 2010|
|Eyebeam Roadshow South Korea 2011|
|Eyebeam Summer School @ Night|
|Hacking Couture intervened by GAIA arts collective|
|Holiday Hackshop 2008|
|Internet Economies: Porn, Labor, and Banking|
|Mapping Homlessness: An introduction to Ushahidi as a tool for collaborative civic action|
|Nato Thompson in conversation with Not an Alternative|
|Open Hardware Summit|
|Open Hardware Summit 2011|
|Open Studios May 2009|