The National Free Culture Conference happens at Harvard Law School on Saturday, May 26. Registration is free and it probably should have been in advance.
Addendum 5/26: Free culture in the sense of this conference and organization deals with free software, movements against digital rights management, the dream to be able to share software and music freely, and open source software. People have been putting notes on the wiki. I attended sessions about free culture + education, the role of music and music sharing in free culture, and what student organizations about free culture are doing.
One group described a project with the college library, which has been very supportive of the free culture movement on campus, to turn the library into a space that is much more collaborative and a place where students give knowledge back instead of just going there to study. Several groups are working on open repositories for college theses.