NINCH COPYRIGHT TOWN MEETING: NEW YORK CITY
Digital Publishing: A Practical Guide to the Problem of Intellectual Property Rights in the Electronic Environment, for Artists, Museums, Authors, Publishers, Readers and Users.
This NINCH Copyright Town Meeting will survey the rights challenges of publishing art history and art criticism online. The impact of the TEACH Act (Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization Act) on digital publishing will also be discussed as Distance Education products fit well within the spectrum that includes both traditional publishing and class-room teaching.
The meeting brings together authors, publishers, museum administrators, legal counsel, and culture and media historians to discuss their experiences and provide their advice for moving forward. As with all NINCH Copyright Town Meetings, the audience is encouraged to participate and ample time is reserved for that purpose.
Petra Chu, Professor of Art, Seton Hall University; Founding Managing Editor, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide
Susan Chun, General Manager for Electronic Information Planning, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Robert Clarida, Partner, Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C.
Kenneth Crews, Professor of Law, Indiana University and Director, Indiana University Copyright Management Center
Christine Sundt, Visual Resources Curator and Professor of Art, University of Oregon
Peter Trippi, Executive Editor, Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide
Siva Vaidhyanathan, Assistant Professor of Culture and Communication, New York University
This program is related to two other publishing programs at the CAA conference: "Problems of Publishing for Tenure in the Arts and Art History," (Friday, February 21, noon-1:30 p.m); and "Clearing Rights and Permissions: How To, Why To, When To," (Saturday, February 22, 12:30-2:00 p.m). For further details, see our website and http://www.collegeart.org/caa/news/2003/Jan/annualconference.html
Robert A. Baron, chair
Committee for Intellectual Property
College Art Association
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