CC Open Culture Platform

“Join the Open Culture Platform 2” by Creative Commons. Remix of “The Future Is Open” by Preeti Singh CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0. Licensed CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0.

What we do

The CC Open Culture Platform is coordinated by the CC Open Culture Program, and provides a space to share resources, enhance collaboration and raise awareness on open access to digital cultural heritage, working with Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAMs) professionals and open advocates.

  • Read more about how our members have benefited from the Open Culture Platform.
  • See our 2023 work plan to learn more about our focus for the year.

How to engage and join the Platform

Anyone who is interested can engage with the Platform through the following ways:

Recently funded projects

The faces of our seven winners appear in circles: Viviana Rangel, Muhammad Imtiaz Subhani, PhD., Seyi Osunade, Bukola James, Francis Quasie, Amber Osman, and Isaac Oloruntimilehin (from top left to bottom right).
Open Culture Platform Activity Fund Winners 2023
The Creative Commons icon and the words "open culture" in white over a green background fading to white in the bottom right corner.
CC’s open culture platform 2022 five working groups share their highlights
An abstract artwork that looks like a system of rivers spread out across orange and yellow land, opening to a bay with the text "OpenGLAM".
Eight case studies show opportunities, challenges, and needs of low-capacity and non-Western cultural heritage institutions

Past funding opportunities