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.
As guardians, the United Nations helps keep the peace and ensure safety amongst the borders of our countries. Despite the oceans’ thousands of miles in between countries and miles upon miles of borders, most countries don’t remain okay on their own. Countries love and hate each other as siblings, but need each other and the United Nations all the same.
On May 18, over 30,000 museums and archival institutions around the globe participate in Museum Day. Some are offering free admission or have dedicated events going on to celebrate the day, to celebrate history, and to share their exhibitions with the world.
The time has come again, #FlickrFam, to band together with photographers around the world for a global photowalk. This year’s Worldwide Flickr Photowalk theme is “Monuments and Historic Places” and we’re working with our friends in the Wikimedia community in support of the Wiki Loves Monuments 2017 (WLM) photography competition in September.
We’re happy to Welcome the Liberaal Archief of Belgium to the Flickr Commons. Read more about their collection here.
We’re happy to welcome the East Riding Archives to the Flickr Commons. Explore their digital collection and help us bring them into the family.
The theme for last week’s Flickr #TBT was #WatchingTV, and you shared a wonderful selection of some seriously vintage tellybox tech. Thanks for taking part!
Learn the stories behind some of the most iconic Flickr Commons images, including what Elvis asked U.S. President Richard Nixon to give him on this visit to The White House.
We’re happy to welcome the Vestfold Museums of Norway to the Flickr Commons. The consolidated museum in the south-eastern part of Norway houses a range of materials, from Viking and medieval history, the history of whaling, and contemporary art.