Disruptive and emerging IPR management practices in the arts
Date: 21st April 2015, 10.30 – 16.30
Venue: Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts
This event will examine the challenges and opportunities of Intellectual Property Rights for the cultural sector. We have drawn together a range of speakers to share their expertise and practical experiences of navigating IPR issues. From libraries and archives to legal professionals and creative practitioners, find out how colleagues are pushing the boundaries and managing risks. This is your chance to discuss and debate emerging practice, cutting edge research and creative approaches to IPR management.
The final programme has yet to be confirmed but to whet your appetite, we can confirm that we have Professor Chris Reed from the School of Law at Queen Mary University, Ben White from the British Library, Jonathan Worth from Coventry University, Mark Waugh from The Design and Artists Copyright Society, Sarah Tierney from We Are Colony and James Bennett from the Copyright Licencing Agency.
This is a Knowledge Quarter event hosted by Central St Martins, University of the Arts London in conjunction with Archiving the Arts.
Cost: Free for KQ Partners (limited to one per organisation) £25 for other delegates and £20 for students.
Booking: Knowledge Quarter Partners can book their space by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for all other booking please click here.
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