14 April 2016 to 17 April 2016
14 April 2016 to 17 April 2016
 

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It is widely known through digital companies such as Airbnb and Uber, but the collaborative economy is much larger than this and can be applied to the arts field without compromising our values. Defined as horizontal network and community based sharing of access to goods and services, the collaborative economy distributes power within communities as opposed to centralized institutions. With the culture of hacking and Do-It-Yourself, it can lead to fab labs, co-working spaces or community based platforms, completely shifting the way we work. But there are some difficult questions. What does this collaboration imply in terms of intellectual property? Where is the line between the producer and the consumer? What can we trust?

 

Location
Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam - Pleinfoyer
Leidseplein 26, 1017 PT
Amsterdam

Leidseplein 26
1017 PT
Amsterdam
the Netherlands
15 April, 2016 - 13:00 to 14:45

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Here are a few articles describing an overview of HowlRound’s work and thinking about the “collaborative economy” when it comes to adapting it for the not-for-profit arts sector— Commons Magazine & Shareable Magazine: "Why Peer Production Thrives in the Field of Theater Arts"
Posted 1 year 8 months ago
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David Bollier: "HowlRound Brings Commoning to the Theater"
Posted 1 year 8 months ago
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HowlRound: "Modeling a Theater Commons," by Polly Carl, David Dower, Jamie Gahlon, and Vijay Mathew
Posted 1 year 8 months ago
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Fast Company Co.EXIST: "Creating An Alternative Economy For Underpaid Artists With A Brand New Currency"
Posted 1 year 8 months ago