Internet Copyright Workshop at MAP Saturday, March 6

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What is fair use on the Internet?
Know Your Rights!

Presented with Maryland Lawyers for the Arts

Artist Stacia Yeapanis shares her experience
Attorney Cynthia Blake Sanders offers advice
Internet Fair Use Do’s and Don’ts + Problem-Solving Work Session

The Internet is a vast networking system for artists to deliver images of their work to the public. Internet regulations are meant to protect everyone. However, the law can be an obstacle to contemporary art production.
Join us to find out why.

Artists Welcome to Bring Examples of Your Digital Appropriations!
Free and Open to the Public – Space Limited
Registration Required to

This workshop was created especially for MAP’s current exhibition, Losing Yourself in the 21st Century.

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