Free Culture Conference 2008
What is Free Culture?
Free Culture is a movement focused on creativity and innovation, communication and free expression, public access to knowledge and civil liberties. Students for Free Culture at Berkeley is proudly hosting the Free Culture 2008 Conference over Columbus Day weekend.
About the Conference
The conference will be held October 11th at the Chevron Auditorium at UC Berkeley. Anyone interested in politics, tech policy, art, and culture will find something to like. The conference will feature keynote presentations from Pam Samuelson of the I School and the Boalt Hall School of Law, Lawrence Lessig of Stanford Law, and Mozilla Corporation CEO John Lilly, as well as panels on transparent politics, remix culture, copyright reform, and open access to knowledge and medicine. Richard Rinehart of Berkeley Art Museum will present the groundbreaking OpenMuseum project and Berkeley's OKAPI group will demonstrate its virtual recreation of Çatalhöyük island for the Open Archaeology project. Filmmaker Nina Paley will be present for a screening of her groundbreaking film Sita Sings the Blues. And on October 12th, SFC will present a slate of intimate "unconference" style workshops on the Berkeley campus. Join guests from Creative Commons, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and others!