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Art Hack: Crowdsourcing Digital Art From The City
document Crowd Creativity

According to Jake Levitas, research director at GAFFTA, they’ve done a lot of hackathons around city issues and they’ve done a lot of exhibitions of this kind of work, but they hadn’t really...

Benjamin FosselMar 16, 2012 02:07 pm GMT2849 views
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Art Hack: Crowdsourcing Digital Art From The City
Earl Taylor Jr- Abstract Digital Art' Seeks to Raise Money Through Pledges and Rewards on KickStarter
video Crowd Creativity, Crowdfunding, Open Innovation

I'm Kristopher Earl Taylor Jr, I am an artist, I've created a way to take art and imagination to unseen limits and I want to share it. SOURCE:...

Kristopher Earl Taylor JrJan 18, 2014 12:50 am GMT1441 views
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Earl Taylor Jr- Abstract Digital Art'  Seeks to Raise Money Through Pledges and Rewards on KickStarter
Crowdsourcing in the Arts and Humanities
article Distributed Knowledge

Many cultural heritage organizations, faced with dwindling budgets, have been forced to seek other ways to maintain output levels while laying off a portion of their workforce. Crowdsourcing,...

Adam FrazerSep 15, 2013 11:27 am GMT1028 views
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Crowdsourcing in the Arts and Humanities
Calling all digital artists: The Space wants you
article Crowd Creativity

The Space Arts, a group created by the BBC and the Arts Council with the intent of creating a digital art platform that promotes technical and artistic freedom of expression, will accept...

Tim SatterthwaiteJun 22, 2014 02:19 pm GMT1037 views
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Calling all digital artists: The Space wants you
Village Underground Crowdsourcing Funding for Improvements from Kickstarter
document Crowd Creativity, Crowdfunding

Finance raised will be used to install glass screens on the wall's recesses, so artwork can be displayed on boards and canvases and saved for posterity rather than painted over each time. And...

Jayne AnnDec 03, 2011 08:38 am GMT1809 views
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Village Underground Crowdsourcing Funding for Improvements from Kickstarter
Digital culture: hierarchy to network
document Crowdfunding, Distributed Knowledge

Crowdfunding is another fascinating phenomenon, though after much fanfare, many arts organisations remain unconvinced. What works for solo artists, larger institutions have found harder to...

Sebastian BlancaDec 23, 2011 04:01 am GMT1816 views
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Digital culture: hierarchy to network
Social Media in Real Life: Crowdsourcing at the Walker Art Center
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People were invited to view 183 images of art from the Walker’s renowned collection of works on paper. Using a digital kiosk in a Walker gallery and an online survey at walkerart.org, people cast...

Archenette EvangelioJan 21, 2011 03:26 pm GMT3317 views
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Social Media in Real Life: Crowdsourcing at the Walker Art Center
Digital Crowdsourced Art: The work of Aaron Koblin
Crowd Creativity

Aaron Koblin is an artist specializing in data and digital technologies his work creations of digital art formed from real-world and community generated data. His projects have been shown at international festivals including Ars Electronica, SIGGRAPH, OFFF, the Japan Media Arts Festival, and TED.

Aaron’s work represents some of the best examples of how masses of otherwise innocuous information can be processed to create beautiful, but equally complex visualizations of data derived from thousands of individual actions. Aaron has also been experimenting with the aggregation of data derived from the collective actions of individuals.

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Cristina CaineApr 04, 2011 03:33 am GMT5431 views
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4 Filmmakers Use Social Media to Crowdsource Their Stories
document 

While Kevin Smith is a standout in digital engagement, he isn't the only one experimenting with today's digital connectors: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. These four prominent...

Marco TorquatiJun 16, 2011 07:17 am GMT2106 views
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4 Filmmakers Use Social Media to Crowdsource Their Stories
5 Ways Museums Are Reaching Digital Audiences
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Social media has pushed museums toward being more responsive to the public,” writes Museum Nerd in an online chat interview. “It’s allowed a visitor to let the museum know what they like and what...

Tonya Van Dijk Aug 12, 2011 05:52 am GMT1633 views
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5 Ways Museums Are Reaching Digital Audiences
Crowdsourcing Creativity
document 

For arts organizations, crowdsourcing is an innovative way to engage, communicate, interact, and participate with your audience. So when faced with a vexing problem or task, why defer from asking...

Jayne AnnOct 27, 2011 09:57 pm GMT2034 views
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Crowdsourcing Creativity
Are Online Galleries A Better Home For Crowdsourced Digital Art?
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Rajeev writes that: “The project’s musical style can be described as ‘Musique concrète’ (French for “concrete music”). It is a form of electroacoustic music that uses elements not traditionally...

Harshida PatelJan 13, 2012 11:40 am GMT2109 views
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Are Online Galleries A Better Home For Crowdsourced Digital Art?
Top 5 Crowdsourcing Pitfalls That Can Sink You
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The key to social business is to provide your brand's advocates the opportunity to own a piece of its messaging. That's also true for your crowdsourcing efforts. So simplify the process,...

Jayne AnnJan 14, 2012 03:41 am GMT1955 views
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Top 5 Crowdsourcing Pitfalls That Can Sink You
Groundbreaking Digital Platform www.EachOne.com Provides Unprecedented Affordable Access to Contemporary Art through Exhibitions from Around the Globe
document Crowd Creativity

Each/One aims to become a new kind of online art community where artists, curators, and collectors come together. "These online exhibitions, created specifically for the Each/One...

Pablo BracciniDec 10, 2012 12:05 am GMT2051 views
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Groundbreaking Digital Platform www.EachOne.com Provides Unprecedented Affordable Access to Contemporary Art through Exhibitions from Around the Globe
Tolstoy's Complete Works Digitized in New Portal
article Distributed Knowledge

The work to digitize the author’s writings was organized by the crowdsourcing project entitled “All Tolstoy in a Single Click.” This project was launched in June 2013, in cooperation with the...

Jayne AnnSep 15, 2013 12:57 am GMT1581 views
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Tolstoy's Complete Works Digitized in New Portal
Lessons Learned from NYPL’s 'Ensemble' Beta
Cloud Labor, Distributed Knowledge

Having a creator explain the methodology behind a crowdsourcing project can be highly useful when the campaign is successful. But perhaps it's even more helpful when the project is not as engaging as its creators hoped it would be. That’s exactly what Doug Reside of the NYPL does in his paper ‘Crowdsourcing Performance Arts History with NYPL’s Ensemble.’

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Anton RootJul 10, 2014 10:52 pm GMT2322 views
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Radiohead concert crowdsourced
article Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

It started with their August 2009 concert in Prague, in which they took cell phone and other digital video footage of more than 50 fans and created their concert DVD. With the combination of the...

Carl EspostiOct 26, 2010 09:47 pm GMT9321 views
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Radiohead concert crowdsourced
Yale Offers Open Access to Millions of Resources
document Open Innovation

The Yale art collections are world-renowned and the university's library system is the world's seventh largest, with over 10 million volumes and many more manuscripts and documents across...

Tonya Van Dijk Jun 03, 2011 10:14 pm GMT1366 views
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Yale Offers Open Access to Millions of Resources
Creative Crowdsourcing meets Crowdfunding: How The Web Changes Art
Crowd Creativity, Crowdfunding

Social Media Week in Berlin (19-23 September 2011) will bring together jovoto, a creative crowdsourcing platform for collaborative idea generation together with Start Next, a crowdfunding platform for artists, designers and inventors to undertake a unique experiment to merge the power of creative crowdsourcing with the power of crowdfunding. Together jovoto and Start Next  will kick-off a cross-platform initiative to crowdfund and then produce, works of art. The concept is; three weeks of proposals to identify artists, four weeks funding followed by two weeks of art.

They believe that everyone is an artist and that everyone has the ability to create art. jovoto and Start Next will help fund artists and then enable the distribution their work over the Internet so that they can reach the broadest possible audience. The development and implementation of creative ideas through the Internet is increasingly becoming a collaborative act. Creative crowdsourcing can involve the broadcast of a creative endeavor inviting creatives to provide individual works. Alternatively, art can be formed as a result of the collective participation of many artists. Artists like Aaron Koblin have demonstrated how it’s possible to create unique work by tapping into large communities of artists, often involving thousands of individuals. Crowdsourcing both provides the opportunity for new talent to be found and new forms of art to be created.

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Claudia PelzerJul 28, 2011 11:41 pm GMT4722 views
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George Eastman House Taps Clickworker for Iconic Global Crowdsourcing Project
Cloud Labor

George Eastman House, the world’s oldest photography museum founded in 1947 on the estate of Kodak founder George Eastman, and Clickworker, an innovator in the global crowdsourcing and workforce solutions space, announce the kick-off of a large-scale, iconic crowdsourcing project. The project involves the photo-tagging and cataloging of more than 400,000 images from George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film.

Utilizing Clickworker’s innovative crowdsourcing technology, George Eastman House is able to bring archives into the digital age, making them easily accessible to the public — in many instances, for the very first time. To meet the needs of this expansive project, Clickworker leverages its global crowd of more than 115,000 to efficiently tag and catalog the museum’s vast collection of images from around the world.

“Clickworker is excited to help the renowned George Eastman House archive world art and history in our latest corporate responsibility project,” said Wolfgang Kitza, Clickworker CEO. “It’s not just one country or one cause – but we’re actually helping archive the world. The collection offers the most intimate look at the pioneers of photography and their art. It is truly a perfect partnership to showcase our international and multifaceted services. And as a result, the world will have an accessible visual library.”

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Crowdsourcing.orgOct 06, 2011 01:43 am GMT3491 views
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