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13 Mar 2014

Contemporary Art & Copyright: New online course by Node Center

Left: An 'original' image by Patrick Cariou from Yes Rasta. / Right: A 'new' work by Richard Prince

Contemporary Art & Copyright: New online course by Node Center
Node Center for Curatorial Studies


March 24th to April 14th, 2014 Application deadline: March 17th, 2014 Participation fee: 145 euros

Perla Montelongo

Node Center for Curatorial Studies
10967, Berlin

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Duration: March 24th - April 14th, 2014

Application deadline: March 17th, 2014

Lecturer: Alan Cunningham

Node Center's Online Program offers those interested in contemporary art practices the opportunity to extend their experience in an internationally oriented e-learning program.

Our Virtual Learning Environment facilitates rich interaction through multimedia material, weekly video-conferences, practical exercises and personal feedback from the lecturers.

A 4 week online course exploring:
- how to use copyright
- the practical fundamentals of copyright law for artists and curators
- alternatives to copyright/strategies for re-use of existing work.

This course is designed for curators, arts professionals and artists who want to better understand the role of copyright (and contracts) in art and curatorial practice. It will contextualise copyright law and policy in relation to art before addressing practical issues such as: how long does copyright last for?; how do I 'get' copyright?; what rights do I have under copyright?; and what should I look out for in contracts where copyright is relevant?

Full information and program:

Participation fee: 145€

Language: English

To apply please fill in this application form:

*Online material available 24/7 during the duration of the course and 4 weekly video-conferences every Monday at 7pm Central European Time. The videoconferences will be recorded for the participants who can't attend on real time.