Legal Intersections | Copyright & Fair Dealing

Legal Intersections | Copyright & Fair Dealing
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Join Max Rothschild, Associate at Bereskin & Parr LLP and Mansa Chintoh, Director, Business & Legal Affairs at Entertainment One for a discussion of how copyright law and fair dealing provisions affect your creative practice.

Legal Intersections is a four-part series addressing legal issues of importance to artists, designers, and cultural workers. The series is presented in collaboration with the Artists’ Legal Advice Services, the Centre for Emerging Artists and Designers at OCAD University, and the Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

ALAS will be collecting PWYC donations (with a suggestion of $10) to support their free services to the arts community.

 

Artists' Legal Advice Services (ALAS) is a nonprofit that, for over 30 years, has provided free legal advice to artists living in Ontario. ALAS and its volunteers run a free legal clinic, workshops and provide resources for artists to help them better understand their legal questions. Find out more at www.alasontario.ca.

Established in 2013, the Centre for Emerging Artists & Designers (CEAD) is committed to supporting the early-career advancement of all students and recent alumni at OCAD University. Our team delivers specialized programs and services that connect individuals to meaningful opportunities, communities of practitioners, skill-building resources and facilitated learning experiences. www.ocadu.ca/cead

The Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives is a leading Canadian Centre for Research in art, and is free and open to the public. Learn more at http://ago.ca/research/library-and-archives

Venue & Address: 
Art Gallery of Ontario 317 Dundas Street West Seminar Room 1, Concourse level, Art Gallery of Ontario Toronto, ON M5T 1G4
Website: 
http://bit.ly/LegalIntersectionsCopyright
Cost: 
Free. ALAS will be collecting PWYC donations (with a suggestion of $10) to support their free services to the arts community.

Copyright for Graduate Students

Graduate Thesis//MRP Week logo
Thursday, November 17, 2016 - 2:30pm to 4:30pm

What should graduate students know about copyright before incorporating portions of these protected works into theses or MRPs?  How can students ensure broad dissemination of their own work while affirming their rights using tools such as Creative Commons licences?  OCAD U librarians will discuss these questions and others pertinent to thesis/MRP production, provide an introduction to Canadian copyright law and suggest a framework for evaluating rights issues when using the work of others.

ACCESSIBILITY: Accessibility is important to us. If you require accommodations due to a disability in order to participate fully in this event, please email us as soon as possible so we can make the appropriate arrangements.

 

Venue & Address: 
Room 701K, at 205 Richmond Street West
Email: 
abrummell@ocadu.ca
Phone: 
416.977.6000 x4367
Cost: 
Free
Grad thesis/MRP week poster

CopyCamp 2008

Friday, March 14, 2008 - 5:15pm to 6:00pm

Ever wondered how you’ll make a living after art school? Or whether copyright helps or hinders artists? CopyCamp is one way for artists to find out.

What is CopyCamp?
CopyCamp is a day-long ‘unconference’ about making art and making a living on the Internet. A forum organized by artists (www.cra-adc.ca) for debate and exchange on the super hot copyright issues affecting creators in all disciplines. The first CopyCamp was held at Ryerson last year. The second will be coming to OISE in April.

Want to volunteer for CopyCamp 2008?
Come meet the CopyCamp Team* on Friday, March 14 at 1:15 pm and learn more.

(*Writers/artists Denise Bolduc, Susan Crean, Misha Glouberman and Patrick Dinnen)

Venue & Address: 
Rm 284 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario