The University of the Sunshine Coast Art Gallery and the Arts Law Centre of Australia present
Copyright 101 for Artists
Wednesday 28 September 2016 — 10.30am in Lecture Theatre 3, Building I
Creating art means creating copyright. Let us walk you through owning and using your copyright, knowing your moral rights as well as creating copyright with other people. This session uses practical examples, case studies from artists’ experiences and hypothetical scenarios to help make copyright accessible and, dare we say, fun for creatives. This session is relevant to all creatives and artists across all art forms.
Respecting and Protecting: Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property
Wednesday 28 September 2016 — 2.30pm in Lecture Theatre 3, Building I
Are you using or creating Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander artwork, dreamtime stories or language? This workshop explores the legal and cultural issues around protecting and respecting culture and heritage. The workshop is for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander artists, creative and cultural workers as well as non-Indigenous participants who wish to work with ICIP.
About the speaker
Delwyn Everard is Arts Law's Director - Legal Services.
She has over 20 years’ experience working for law firms in the US and Australia and in the public sector. A former principal of boutique Sydney IP law firm Spruson and Ferguson Lawyers, she has an extensive background in copyright and trademark litigation. Delwyn is passionate about equipping artists with the skills and knowledge to understand their rights and negotiate a fair reward for their creative endeavours.
To register email: email@example.com or Tel: +61 7 5459 4430.