Any Given Child
Any Given Child
Arts for Any Given Child Trenton Community Arts Team members offer professional development trainings, workshops and conferences annually to strengthen the knowledge and skill levels of our Trenton Public School teachers and administrators specifically in the areas of arts education, arts integration and arts programming.
Myths and Realities of Intellectual Property Law in the time of Covid-19
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 3-4:30pm (*This session will be recorded.)
The pandemic brought about a massive shift in how the arts sector works with schools and communities to provide enrichment for students and adults. Teaching artists, performing artists and arts partners jumped in with both feet to provide high quality virtual instruction for youth and content for broader audiences. As we traverse uncharted virtual territory filled with new opportunities and challenges, the sector needs to understand what kinds of protections are necessary to ensure both individual artists and nonprofit rights are protected. Join us for a moderated discussion with lawyers David Gold from Cole Scholtz P.C. and Lori Landew of Audible Inc. to clarify misconceptions and highlight the realities of intellectual property law. Special guest Christine Duffy, from ProBono Partnership, will also share information on how nonprofits can access additional legal resources. PLEASE NOTE: While this session will provide invaluable information, the panelists will not and cannot provide legal advice.
David Gold, Esq, Member, Cole Scholtz P.C. and Board Member at Arts Horizons Inc.
Lori Landew Esq, Vice President, Content Legal at Audible Inc.
Christine Michelle Duffy, Esq. Director, NJ Program Pro Bono Partnership
Moderator: Lauren G. Meehan, Director, Arts Ed Newark