Image: Roxanne Lorenz presenting to students at the Art Gallery of NSW, 2019 Photograph: Emily Phipps, courtesy of Arts Law

Tuesday 24 March 2020, 5 – 8 pm

Pricing: Members: $10 / Guests: $25

Location: MOD, North Terrace, Adelaide

Presenter: Suzanne Derry, National Partnerships and Programs Senior Solicitor, Arts Law Centre of Australia

Creating art often means creating copyright. Let us walk you through owning and using your copyright, as well as creating copyright with other people. We’ll talk about what happens if someone uses your copyright without your permission, and how to get permission if you’d like to use someone else’s work?

What is the difference between copyright and intellectual property and how do you own, maintain and potentially commercialise your intellectual property? This session will also look at contracting and will take you through what a contract is, and some of the key issues artists often deal with when negotiating arts contracts.

Presented by Suzanne Derry, National Partnerships and Programs Senior Solicitor, Arts Law Centre of Australia.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Suzanne Derry is the National Partnerships and Programs Senior Solicitor at Arts Law Centre of Australia, where she has worked for over 10 years. Suzanne has worked for a number of community legal centres and a boutique entertainment law practice. Suzanne provides legal advice on a copyright, contract, defamation, debt and business structures. Suzanne enjoys educating artists about their rights and providing practical advice across a range of arts areas.

Image: Suzanne Derry 2019 Photograph: Stephen Oxenbury

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