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A study day comprising presentations, panel discussions and a practical workshop, focusing on copyright and other legal issues in relation to the use of art and design archives. Expert speakers will explore the principles of copyright presented by current legislation and thinking, and discuss the issues, challenges and opportunities of using copyright-protected archive material for outputs such as research, publication, exhibition and artistic intervention. The event will aim to provide the practical skills and understanding required to use and appropriate archive material in rich and diverse ways, while ensuring the interests of creators and rights holders are protected.
This event is organised by the Art Libraries Society (ARLIS/UK & Ireland), Committee for Art & Design Archives (CADA) in partnership with The National Archives and the ‘Archiving the arts’ initiative.
Who should attend: Artists, film-makers, archivists, curators, academics, researchers: and those with archive collections or seeking to use them.
ARLIS members – £100
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
To book, please email: Alice O’Hanlon, Publicity Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
Upon receipt of your email you will receive confirmation of your booking and details about payment.
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