The conference was a true blast. Much thanks to al who participated. Our rad slate of presenters have made many resources from their presentations available for entertainment and edification. They can be viewed here.
Hey! what-all is going on at the conference is starting to clarify, and that is reflected on the Schedule page, which we urge you to check out. Get the low-down on our “Copyright Offense and Defense for Artists” and “Recent Trends in Artists Rights” lectures as well as our panel discussion “Artists Who Appropriate and the Art That They Make.” Plus much more!
We’ve got a number of great things lined up, and are lining more up every day.
We still have some spots, though! Would you like to give a talk? A performance? Do a little tabling, or a workshop? Let us know!
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Curious about how copyright and alternatives impact your creative work? Wondering how other creatives are using or misusing copyright? Want to know how to protect your work from being stolen– or how much of other people’s works you can include in your own?
Play-Jurisms is a 2-day series geared towards creatives. Over the weekend of May 21 and 22, 2011, we’ll have a number of events that address these important, and often confusing issues. See the Schedule page for a full list!
Play-Jurisms is organized by David Taber and Tim Devin, and will be held at the Democracy Center, 45 Mt. Auburn St. in Cambridge (near Harvard Square). All events are FREE!
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