Artist Resource Center - Copyright and Licensing

Post date: Dec 12, 2011
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By Neil Caulkins, courtesy of ArtistTrust.org
 
The rapid expansion of technology raises unique challenges for both the artistic community and the legal system. The Internet presents a tremendous opportunity for artistic exposure. It is also a potentially huge commercial market. But, as any musician who has heard the words Napster or MP3.com knows, the Internet is also a medium in which an artist can lose control of—and payment for—their music.
 
Post date: Nov 11, 2011
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Documents on copyright published by the Copyright Alliance. Documents can be found in the following subject areas:

Digital Theft

 

Post date: Oct 28, 2011
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Courtesy of GYST-ink.com

 

Licensing Contract to Merchandise Artwork.

 

Includes the following topics:

GRANT OF MERCHANDISING RIGHTS

 

WHO OWNS THE COPYRIGHT


 

ADVANCE AND ROYALTIES



 

INSPECTION OF BOOKS AND RECORDS



 

Post date: Jul 1, 2010
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In 2009, Spacetaker hosted TALA (Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts) for an informal workshop, led by TALA staff attorney Erin Rodgers, covering some of the most common copyright issues that artists, writers, and musicians face.

The workshop addressed:

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