Copyright and contractual terminology that appears in licensing contracts will be defined and explained in contextual examples. Two sample contracts will also be shown to demonstrate how to use the terminology to parse contracts given to visual artists by clients and agents/reps.
This information is catered to visual artists, most specifically illustrators, photographers, designers and those who are in the business of licensing their intellectual property. Even if participants need to consult with I.P. lawyers in future, participants would understand the legal advice they are receiving.
Where: Good Gorilla - Creative Coworking Space, LL01, 401 Richmond St. W., Toronto.
When: April 25th, 6:30-9:00pm
About the instructor
Kathryn Adams is an award-winning illustrator who began her freelance career in 1987. She has been teaching Business Practices for Illustrators at Sheridan College since 2001, OCADU since 2005 and U of T (medical illustration) since 2015. She also teaches Guerrilla Entrepreneurship at OCADU. In addition, Kathryn maintains her freelance illustration business working for a wide variety of international clients, as well as her private practice doing business consulting for artists.