Art(s) Law 201: Visual Arts and Copyright and Licensing

$95.00

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Course Description

Live Webcast - April 23, 2021

  • 10:00-11:00am PT / 11:00-12:00pm MT / 12:00-1:00pm CT / 1:00-2:00pm ET

The arts and entertainment rely upon a distribution system dependent on licensing, royalties, and performance fees. The pandemic has interfered with on-site art exhibitions and live performance yet it has reinforced the importance of taking original content and distributing it through various digital platforms and social media. The process of remunerating creators, performers and distributors depends upon copyright, licensing and distribution. The internet has changed terms and conditions for users as it has changed obtaining and monitoring copyright for creators and distributors, from art sales and auction to art viewing and online access. What are the different types of licenses? What are the key points in negotiating a license? What are the critical elements in drafting a licensing agreement? What are the differences for a distribution agreement? When is one agreement better than two? How does the client's business impact strategy?

Speaker Bio
1 General Credit
Course Agenda

Alexandra Darraby
Alexandra Darraby is a founder and principal of The Art Law Firm, a named legal commentator on Art Law and a leading authority on arts, new media, technology, intellectual property, estates and trusts, insurance and risk management, and architecture. Ms. Darraby was director and owner of the Darraby Gallery, representing contemporary sculptors, painters and printmakers. She has negotiated art acquisitions and loan agreements at major museums, including the MOCA, LACMA. the Israel Museum and the Library of Congress. Expertise includes collection maintenance and management, exhibitions, publication, intellectual property, art copyright, provenance, public art, films, including rights and permissions, clearances and locations, art sales, international trade, gallery and studio operations, posthumous publications, catalogue raisonne.

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1 General Credit

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Course Agenda

US Code Title 17, Section 101 et seq Copyright

US Code Title 15 Lanham Act (Trademark)

Copyright Registration, eCO, documentation and evidentiary record

Copyright creators, owners and holders

Copyright and trademark in single image

License content

Unilateral, bilateral and multilateral provisions

Payments

Inspection rights before, during and after pandemic

Duration and Term

Termination

Insurance

Jurisdiction

Unions

• Ethical issues / implications

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