Flickr is thrilled to announce a new partnership between the Flickr Foundation and the Wikimedia Foundation to develop a new software tool for streamlined sharing of CC-licensed images from Flickr to Wikimedia Commons.
This month, we are highlighting amazing bird photos that have been shared on Flickr by curating a bird themed Explore takeover on Thursday, June 29th. To get the bird watching started early, check out these amazing Flickr Groups!
Learn about Shizuko Ina and the stories of other Japanese Americans that were unjustly incarcerated during World War II.
The Senior Curator at the State Library of New South Wales Geoffrey Barker shares the story of Betty Broadbent, the most photographed tattooed lady of the 20th century.
The Halifax Municipal Archives—a historical research center for the region of Halifax, Canada—invites any Flickr members with a connection to the city to help identify some of the historical photos in their collection.
The Library of Congress shares how it’s working with photographers on Flickr to catalog photos of their experiences with the COVID-19 pandemic.
A photography collection documenting the pivotal civil rights protests that took place in the rural town of Farmville, Virginia, USA, in the summer of 1963.
Early findings and key research themes from our conversations with members of the Flickr Commons.
George Oates has rejoined the Flickr team with the focus of invigorating the Flickr Commons! Here’s how you can get involved.
Get inspired by these magnificent recreations of historic photographs from the Flickr Commons.
Today, Explore is populated with a curated selection of photos celebrating Black culture, history, and photographers.