The Alliance for Arts & Culture's Artists' Legal Outreach program and the Open Education Conference present:
a creative copyright conversation CCC
At 12pm on August 13th join us for a free screening of RiP: A Remix Manifesto, Brett Gaylor's thought-provoking look at copyright (and wrong), at the Alliance for Arts & Culture - Suite 100, 938 Howe Street. To be followed at 5:30-6:30pm by: Creative Commons 101: Everything you always wanted to know about CC with Ahrash Bissell, Executive Director of ccLearn and Lila Bailey, counsel, ccLearn. This event is free and open to the public! From 7-9pm at the Vancouver Art Gallery (Room 403, 750 Hornby Street): Join Vancouver artists Sonny Assu and Hart Snider as they discuss their work with Scott Nelson and Martha Rans, copyright lawyer.* Please register if you want to join this discussion: http://openedconference.org/thursday-night-panel
Hart Snider is a Vancouver based filmmaker/remix artist: http://www.cutandpaste.ca Sonny Assu is a Vancouver based visual artist: http://www.sonnyassu.com Steal This Film I and II were made by the Noble Peers in 2006 and 2008: http://www.stealthisfilm.com Scott Nelson is an information technology steward and co-founder of the Vancouver Open Network Initiatives Cooperatives: http://www.yirishi.net Martha Rans is a lawyer in private practice specializing in copyright, not for profits and the arts. She serves as director of the Artists Legal Outreach program at the Alliance for Arts & Culture: http://www.allianceforarts.com/legal/ * This event is being offered to Open Education Conference attendees. If demand exceeds the capacity of the VAG we will offer it again in the fall.