The Art of Copyrights: What you need to know about your legal rights and the art you create

The Art of Copyrights: What you need to know about your legal rights and the art you create

Feb 25, 2013

The ORPC and UNH Art and Art History Department are delighted to host Drs. Peter and Kate McGovern for a discussion on copyrights, art, and what artists should know about their rights.

The McGoverns are Senior Intellectual Property Teaching Fellows at the UNH School of Law and experts on copyright, entertainment, and art and music law. They will be sharing their expertise and first-hand experiences about many of the legal implications associated with artwork and the creators of the art.

This seminar is designed for students, faculty, and staff, whether you are creating individual pieces for your own interests, preparing for an exhibit, or selling your work. It follows on the heels of the very successful “Understanding the Relationship Between Copyrights and Music” seminar hosted by the ORPC and the UNH Music Department in September 2012, and it gives us great pleasure to bring the McGoverns back for this discussion on copyrights and art.

“The Art of Copyrights: What you need to know about your legal rights and the art you create” will be presented on Thursday, March 7, 2013, from 12:40P-2P. The event will be held in A218 of the Paul Creative Arts Center at UNH.

For additional information about the event, please contact Timothy Willis at timothy.willis@unh.edu or 603-862-0948.

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