The seminar is titled “Copyright in the Digital Age” and will feature a panel discussion on how visual and performing artists can protect their work against online infringers and enforce their copyrights.
This seminar is free for current members of the Warehouse Arts District Association. A donation of $25 is suggested for non-members and will be applied toward membership fees for those who would like to join. Light refreshments will be provided, courtesy of Kravitz Law Group, P.A.
For more information on the seminar or to register – http://warehouseartsdistrictstpete.com/event-2590754
Copyright in the Digital Age: A Seminar for Artists
Tuesday, July 18, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
St. Petersburg College Midtown Campus (Room MT 219, 2nd Floor)
1300 22nd Street South, St. Petersburg, FL 33712
About the Warehouse Arts District
The Warehouse Arts District Association, Inc. (WADA) is a 501(c)(3) not for profit membership organization devoted to: (i) furnishing affordable studio space to artists of every medium; (ii) providing opportunities for interaction between the public and the St. Petersburg community of artists; (iii) promoting cultural growth and diversity of all art forms in St. Pete; and (iv) providing art educational opportunities to the public. Founded in 2012, the Warehouse Arts District Association membership includes artists, galleries, art suppliers and supporters who believe that the Warehouse Arts District of St. Petersburg can become a special destination for the arts. WADA currently has over 200 members and is anchored by two well-known art institutions, the Morean Center for Clay and the Duncan McClellan Gallery. For more information about WADA, please visit www.whereartismade.com.