Creative Archive Licence Group

UK public getting creative

The Creative Archive Licence Group have been receiving lots of feedback which shows just how inventive the public really are

We were delighted to receive a DVD in the post from artist Alex Hetherington. Alex has been using the material released in the Open News Archive to work with children at Dunecht Primary School. He has captured their reactions to some of the video clips and helped them to undertake some video remixing of their own. It was fantastic to see how engaged the children were with the content and how responsive they were to working with video.

Responses to the Open Earth Archive have also started to pour in thick and fast. We were particularly pleased to hear from Nina Porter, a MSc student in Primate Conservation at Oxford Brookes University. For her final project Nina has been creating a DVD about Cusuco National Park in Honduras, which she has filmed herself. However, Nina couldn't get any footage of Capuchin monkeys while she was in Honduras and so she was delighted to find some excellent clips of these monkeys in the Open Earth Archive. We wish her every success with her project!

5 Rules of the Creative Archive Licence
  • No commercial use
    No commercial use
  • Share alike
    Share alike
  • Give credit
    Give credit
  • No endorsement
    No endorsement
  • UK only
    UK only
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