Essential for any creator, Copyright Law and Intellectual Property is one of the first things you should be acquainted with in regards to your process. Now, more than ever, everyone is creating their own stuff… Pandemic has made us reinvent our art and in doing so, we must know how to protect ourselves and our creative content.
In this class, you will learn how to protect your creative work, when to sue, and how not to get sued. You will learn the basics of copyright and intellectual property law such as what kind of creative works are protected, how long they are protected for, and what works are deemed public domain.
This class will take place on Saturday, November 21st, 2020, from 3PM to 4:30PM (ET) via ZOOM. The event will start off with an introduction by AMCP, followed by the workshop led by Tiffany. Be prepared to offer feedback and discuss different topics as Tiffany shares invaluable information.
Instructions and the ZOOM link for access to this online event will be emailed to you in advance. If you have not received the link by 12pm (ET) the day-of the event, please reach out to email@example.com at least one hour PRIOR to the start of class.
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Tiffany Vega-Gibson works as an independent consultant through her performing arts management and DEI consulting company, La Vega Management, which has worked with dozens of organizations throughout the US. She most recently served on the Steering Committee for the New Orleans based theatre company, No Dream Deferred, and currently serves on the National Board of the Parent Artist Advocacy League and the Board of Directors for Kyoung’s Pacific Beat. She is a certified Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion facilitator through artEquity and Northwestern University. She is also an adjunct professor at Loyola University New Orleans. Previously, she was the General Manager at Hi-ARTS NYC (Formerly Hip-Hop Theater Festival) and was a Customer Success Manager at AudienceView. Tiffany is experienced in organizational management, board management, fundraising, fiscal development, and community relations. She has worked both on the presenting and producing side of performing arts as well as tour management and holds an MFA in Theatre Management & Producing from Columbia University and a BA in Theatre Performance from the University of Maryland-College Park.
|DATE||SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21ST, 2020|
|TIME||3PM (ET) / 12PM (PT)|
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