Flickr is proud to be sponsoring and attending this year’s Creative Commons Global Summit. Free to attend for everyone, the Summit will take place virtually from October 19th through October 23rd and will feature over 150 sessions with more than 200 speakers across 40 countries. The sessions cover a range of topics including the ethics of “open,” increasing language diversity, and artificial intelligence and creativity.
Join us at our virtual booth for the following programming:
- We’ll be premiering our interview with photographer Sebastiaan ter Burg, where we discuss why he uses Creative Commons licenses for his work. The premiere is scheduled for Thursday, October 22 at 12:30pm ET/16:30pm UTC. We’ll update this post with information to access our virtual booth in the next few days.
- Share your view of the Creative Commons Global Summit! With the Summit taking place virtually and open to all, we’d love to see what it looks like for you. Whether you’re enjoying the Summit from your home office, tuning in on your phone, or taking a sketch during one of the talks, share your view of the Summit by commenting on this gallery.
- When we’re not hosting a live session at our virtual booth, we’ll be broadcasting our SmugMug Live series, featuring interviews with Flickr and SmugMug members including Michael Shainblum, Bella Kotak, and more.
Check here for more information about the programming for this year’s Creative Commons Global Summit and we hope to see you there!