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Rights and IP seminar

Monday, July 9, 2012 from 1:30 PM to 6:30 PM (BST)

London, United Kingdom

Rights and IP seminar

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Building digital capacity for the arts 

An Arts Council England and BBC Academy Partnership 

 

Rights and IP seminar

 

Seminar details:

 

Date:                Monday 9 July 

Venue:             BBC 5th Floor Conference Centre
                        White City, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7TS


Access provided at this event: Wheelchair accessible venue

                         

Times:              1.30pm - 6.30pm

 
About this seminar:

The Rights and IP seminar is aimed at arts organisations and artists from across England who want to learn from and share experiences about the use, exploitation and development of rights models around new and archive material on digital platforms. The seminar will draw on a mixture of arts sector case studies and discussions about the opportunities and issues to take into consideration. 

The seminar will aim to:
• outline the range of different elements of IP involved in artistic content
• share insights into different approaches to securing and clearing rights
• develop delegates’ understanding of the issues and potential solutions to rights clearances
 
Speakers from the BBC, V&A, Imperial War Museums, the London Review of Books and the John Peel Archive are among those who will share their insights into rights clearances and approaches to IP. 

 

Who should attend?
This seminar is suitable for artists and people working within arts organisations and museums who are looking to share experiences around rights clearances within different art-form genres and across a range of digital platforms.

 

Draft programme


12.45pm  Registration, tea and coffee

 

1.30pm   Welcome and introduction on behalf the programme

 

1.40pm  Chair’s introduction
Anthony Lilley, Chief Creative Officer and CEO of Magic Lantern 

 

1.45pm  Getting to grips with the rights maze
Ben Green, Head of Rights Business Development, Talent & Rights Negotiation Group, BBC

 

2.05pm   Q and A

 

2.25pm   Case study:  Contracts and collaboration

 

Roxanne Peters and Victoria Panter, Project Managers, V&A, on the V&A online collections

 

Jo Higgins, Young People’s Web Content Manager, South London Gallery, on REcreative  
 
3.10pm   Q and A

 

3.40pm  Tea and coffee

 

4.05pm   Case study:  Innovative approaches to rights clearances
Carolyn Royston, Head of Digital Media, Imperial War Museums, on digital collections and cultural change

 

Charlie Gauvain, Managing Director, Eye Film and Television, on the John Peel Archive

 

Ollie Brock, Digital Archive Researcher, on Re-imagining the Literary Essay, a London Review of Books commission

 

4.50pm   Panel Q and A

 

5.20pm Group activity

 

5.40pm Chair’s summary
Anthony Lilley, Chief Creative Officer and CEO of Magic Lantern 

 

5.55pm   Closing remarks
 
6.00pm   Networking and soft drinks

 

6.30pm Close

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If you are unable to attend you can still get involved by viewing video content from the seminar on the dedicated minisite http://digitalcapacity.artscouncil.org.uk/

All audio visual content will be made available after the event. You can also join the conversation on Twitter by following @ace_national and using #digicaparts.


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When & Where


BBC 5th Floor Conference Centre
White City
London
W12 7TS

United Kingdom

Monday, July 9, 2012 from 1:30 PM to 6:30 PM (BST)


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