Posts categorized as Copyright

Reusing Te Papa’s collections images, by the numbers

Abacus, circa 1900, China, maker unknown. Gift of Graham Sinclair, 1995. CC BY-NC-ND licence. Te Papa (GH004352)

In June last year we began making high-resolution images available for download, for collection items where copyright (or cultural rights) would allow us. We went live with 14,000 images under a Creative Commons licence, and 17,000 under No Known Copyright Restrictions statement. You can find out a bit more about what those statements mean on… Read more »

Copyright and Creative Commons Road Trip in March 2015

CC Road Trip

I’m Victoria Leachman, Rights Adviser at Te Papa. Thanks to support from National Services Te Paerangi and Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand I’m going to be on the road around the country in March. I’ll be talking with staff from heritage institutions about copyright, collections, and Creative Commons. If you’re a staff member of a gallery,… Read more »

Can I use Images from Te Papa’s Collection Online? – The difference between Commercial and Non-Commercial Use

Te Papa’s released a bunch of images for you to reuse if you meet certain conditions. One of the conditions is your use must be non-commercial. Here are some examples that will help you figure that out. A non-commercial use in a non-profit setting Judy is a student putting together a power-point presentation for her… Read more »

Digitisation, Copyright and Collections Online

Jim Barr and Mary Barr asked a good question about digitisation priorities in their blog. There are 3 parts to digitising Te Papa’s Collection. Information about the artwork or object – information about all the art collection was released on Collections Online last year Photography – do we have a digital photograph? Copyright – do we have the… Read more »