Updated: May 14, 2021
Presented by CBCA’s Colorado Attorneys for the Arts program and the Corazon de Trinidad Creative District, this event is focused on providing artists, performers and creative entities guidance on legal issues relevant to their work, growth and success. The morning will feature an interactive webinar on the basics of copyright and protecting creative works in our digital landscape, punctuated with live arts experiences. In the afternoon, artists will have an opportunity to sign up for a 20 minute one-on-one consultation with an attorney.
Can I Post This?: Understanding Copyright and Navigating the Wild West of the Web
Friday, November 20
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
There has been a surge of virtual creative content and arts experiences being offered online. More artists, performers and cultural organizations are finding new ways to reach audiences and participants through digital platforms than ever before. However… do you know if you have the rights to share that creative content on that distribution platform? What risks or protections do you have when posting creative works online? This interactive conversation is designed to answer questions and provide general guidance on putting creative content (recorded or live) on digital platforms, as well as provide a foundational understanding of copyright law. This presentation will be led by Dave Ratner with the Creative Law Network and will feature live arts experiences.
Register here: https://cbca.org/event/art-law-trinidad-and-beyond/
Ask an Attorney: One-on-One Legal Consultations
Friday, November 20
1:00 – 3:00 pm
Free for creatives in Southeast Colorado (Las Animas, Huerfano, and Otero Counties)
$5 for creatives elsewhere in Colorado
Creatives can register to have a 20-minute one-on-one consultation with a CAFTA attorney. These consultations will focus on general arts-related legal guidance and education, not direct legal advice or representation. Consultations will focus on legal questions directly to related to arts/creative work, such as business law and intellectual property. Attendance at the morning webinar is required.
Space is limited and preference will be given to creatives in the Southeast Colorado region.
Register for one or both events today: https://cbca.org/event/art-law-trinidad-and-beyond/
Many Thanks to Our Partners
Cover art, "Art + Law Trinidad" created by Jean Downs, licensed by Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, CC-BY 4.0. Remixed from the following openly-licensed images: Random Texture (background) by Andrew Buchanan via Unsplash, CC0; Lady Justice by Gordon Johnson via Pixabay, CC0; Computer Monitor by pngall, CC-BY 4.0; Hope Changes Everything designed by Marisa Lerin via PixelScrapper; Copyright Image, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons; Mountain peak image by Jerry Zhang on Unsplash, CC0; Metal Frame Template 005 by Janet Kemp via PixelScrapper; Tower Architecture (Eiffel) by Edi Nugraha via Pixabay, CC0; Eyes by Zachary Kadolph on Unsplash, CC0; Image by JR Korpa on Unsplash; Double Exposure by Camila Quintero Franco on Unsplash, CC0; Image by Ilya Shishikhin on Unsplash, CC0; Woman Covered With Blindfold by Oscar Keys on Unsplash, CC0; Photo by Courtney Kammers on Unsplash, CC0; Interaction by Geralt via Pixabay, CC0; Painted Frame and Grassy Wreath elements via PicMonkey; Transparent Pedestal via ClipArtKey.com.