ASMP will bring together thought leaders representing different points of view on the subject of copyright to explore its significant issues, challenges and trends. ASMP believes that, in the face of sweeping changes in the way images are used and distributed, much can be gained by establishing a dialogue among representatives of the visual arts community, legal and governmental experts, and the publishing industry. This symposium is intended to seek sustainable business solutions by engaging in an important conversation about economic shifts in the industry, the current state of copyright, and what the future holds for those who produce and use visual works.
|9:00 am||Doors open|
|9:30 am||Welcome — Eugene Mopsik, ASMP Executive Director|
|9:45 am |
- 10:30 am
|Overview of Copyright Law — Victor Perlman, ASMP General Counsel|
|10:45 am |
- 11:30 am
|Storytelling in the Digital Age — Brian Storm, President of Media Storm|
|1:00 pm||Introductory Remarks — Richard Kelly, ASMP President|
- 4:00 pm
|Panel on Issues & Trends — Jay Kinghorn, photographer & Moderator; with Panelists Lawrence Lessig, Harvard Law School Professor & Founder, Creative Commons; Jeff Sedlik, Founder & CEO of the PLUS Coalition; Chase Jarvis, photographer; David Carson, U.S. Copyright Office General Counsel; Liz Ordoñez, photographer; Darrell Perry, former Director of Photography, Wall Street Journal.|
This symposium is free and open to all, but space is limited. Please register to reserve your seat.