• arts & culture

4 August 2016

On Tuesday 16 August, the Australian Copyright Council will host a seminar exploring issues and opportunities around copyright for galleries, libraries, archives and museums.

Making Copyright Work for You is a full day seminar beginning with Copyright 101, looking at the legal framework for copyright in Australia, tailored for the sector. A further session will cover exceptions to copyright law that apply particularly to libraries and archives.

Participants can also learn about risk management, managing digital libraries and how to put the seminar learnings into practice.

Presenters include  lawyers James Cheatley, Nathan Webster and Jo Teng, representing the Copyright Council.

The cost of the full day seminar is $417.50, however you can also register to attend individual sessions at a cost of $95 each.

Visit the Australian Copyright Council for details