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DWP 2017: Let’s Talk About Butts: A Conversation on Copying
Fri, April 28, 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT
Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts presents:
Let’s Talk About Butts: A Conversation on Copying
Please join us in a panel discussion with artist and illustrator Sabrina Elliott about different types of copying and infringement, including fan art, memes, and outright stealing.
Sabrina will share stories about her experiences with being copied and how she approached it, and our panelist attorneys Susan Ford and Jia Feng will talk about options and tools that you can use to help you in these situations.
We’ll also show some great art in the process.
Light lunch provided.
Panelist: Sabrina Elliott
Sabrina Elliott is an illustrator and artist whose work has been featured in galleries around the US, as well as internationally, and has graced the covers of publications like the Portland Mercury and The Stranger. She enjoys bringing dark subject matter to life with pastels and pops of candy colored painted realms. There are elements of eroticism and fantasy that loom in lush, colorful settings. Originally hailing from the Southern Californian coast, she now resides in the misty forests of Portland, OR. She graduated from School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Illustration.
Panelist: Susan Ford
Susan is an experienced intellectual property and business litigator at Res Nova Law, with 20 years of experience working with creative individuals and businesses of all sizes to resolve intellectual property disputes and avoid future litigation.
Panelist: Jia Feng
Jia is an intellectual property and business attorney at Res Nova Law with a science background. Her practice focuses on business transactions and litigation relating to patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets.
Moderator: Bryan Wasetis
Bryan Wasetis is an attorney at Aspect Law Group that works specifically with the creative community. He is also on the board of directors for Design Week Portland and Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts is a non-profit organization that supports the Oregon creative community by providing legal assistance, resources and educational programs to artists and organizations in the visual, literary, performance, media and other arts.