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Copyright guidelines for contributors.
“Joy of Museums” is focused on featuring historical objects and art with a picture and only pictures that are in the public domain or Wikimedia Commons can be used.
The copyright law encourages the creation of art, photography and culture by rewarding authors and artists with exclusive rights. These exclusive rights are subject to a time limit. Unless the creator releases their work into the public domain. In the US, UK, Australia, this time limit generally expires 70 years after the artist’s or author’s death.
For the purposes of using images in “Joy of Museums”, we can only use images that are in the public domain. The general guidance for photographing museum artworks is:
- Australian guidelines are that Copyright has expired if :
- Photographs that were taken prior to 1955
- Artistic works, when the creator died before 1955
- Government-owned photographs and engravings 1969
- United States guidelines are:
- The artwork is in the Public Domain if it is published before 1923.
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“If anyone tells you that a certain person speaks ill of you,
do not make excuses for what is said of you but answer,
“He was ignorant of my other faults, else he would not have mentioned these alone.”
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