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Saturday, June 07, 2008 - 12:00 AM
Unmuseum recommended reading: "Possibilities for Transformational Conferences" a paper by Sunrise Facilitation, a collective that met regularly in Eugene, Oregon from 2000-2006. While no longer active, the ideas and connections from it generated this paper. Formats include: appreciative inquiry, expert time vs. participatory time, fishbowls, kinetic spectrum, pause for pairs, small group sharing, speed geeking/dating, storytelling, open space, world café, and more. Published (CC) Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0.
In addition, view the open exhibition catalog by Sterling Israel M.S. curating and archiving Eco-Art & Artists titled, "Creative Students and Artists in Eugene: New Visions for a Healthy Planet" from March 2007, Arts & Administration, University of Oregon. Published (CC) Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0.
"Basic Open System Model" by Anonymous, wikipedia, Public Domain
<<< The Open Museum >>>
Digital Art Media Progam (DMAX)
UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
...the first open-source museum collection - is a preservation repository
and online database of born-digital art. This next-generation cultural works project,
currently in the planning phase, also provides a testbed for developing innovative legal,
economic, and cultural frameworks for the digital arts.
<<< Open Source Museum of Open Source Art >>>
Department of Modern Culture and Media
...the museum is entirely in the public domain
(add, modify, or remove art, likewise, elements of the building).
Our goal is to reimagine definitions of art, artist,
curator, museum, culture, and open source.
This project is underway in a virtual reality called Second Life.
<<< Online Spaces >>>
"Galactic Trading Cards Installation"
Illuminated, by PodCollective
p.s. worth checking out when in a deeply reflective state...
Molotov Alva and His Search for the Creator
Photo by John Swords via Flickr
(CC) Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 Generic
[Part I] [Part II]
... more to come ...