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Arts Business Education Seminar
Date:  4/19/2016
ArticleType:  Member News

What are your rights when an unathorized image of your work appears on a card, website, calendar or gallery wall, or your poem is on a dress, or your music underscores a video?

Painters, sculptors, playwrights, musicians or other public artisans' works can be protected from theft and copying. They can be sold, shared and licensed, but you need to learn about your rights. This free session may be particularly helpful for the mural artists, especially those interested in working with SHINE and other public art projects.

Zachary Messa, attorney at Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns presented two sessions last year. He knows what the issues are. Bring your questions.

The Arts Alliance will present this free class at The Greenhouse, Thursday, April 21. Coffee and networking at 8:30 a.m.; presentation from 9-10 a.m. Reserve your place online: https://stpetegreenhouse.com/SPAA-Apr2016 or call 727.893.7146

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