Saturday, June 10, 2023

Right to Remix: Appropriation Art in the Digital Age

I’m on this panel on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 4:00pm, and organized by The Institute for Information Law & Policy at New York Law School. Looks like a good bunch.

Join artists, attorneys, and academics for an afternoon of conversation about the importance and current state of the Copyright Act and fair use in light of today’s ever changing technologies.

Confirmed Panelists include:

  • Kirby Ferguson, writer and filmmaker (“Everything is a Remix”)
  • Daniel Brooks, partner at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis(attorney for plaintiff in Cariou v. Prince)
  • John Britton Payne, Foley & Lardner LLP
  • Paddy Johnson, founding editor of Art Fag City
  • David A. Ross, Art Practice Department Chair, School of Visual Arts
  • Michelle Bogre, Associate Professor, School of Art, Media, and Technology, Parsons the New School for Design
  • David Carroll, Director of MFA Design and Technology graduate program, School of Art, Media and Technology, Parsons the New School for Design
  • Maria Popova, cultural commentator and founder of Brain Pickings
  • Sergio Sarmiento, Associate Director, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts

Cocktail / Networking Reception to follow.


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This event will be at the New York Law School 2nd Floor Events Center

185 West Broadway

New York, NY

CLE Credit WILL be available!


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