copyright

Start Date: 
22 Mar 2014
Hours: 
12:00PM-3:00PM
Cost: 
$50 ($25 for Students)
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Do you love to hate pop culture? See an ad, music video or viral video and think it would be so much better with one simple subversive tweak? This day-long workshop will cover the basics of mash up-video making and pop culture hacking. Participants will debate what makes a good mash up, make their own and upload the results to the web. And a course in mashing up media would be irresponsible if it didn't include a lesson on the ins-and-outs of fair use and copyright as it applies to creative works on YouTube! Come hack pop culture with us! 

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Based on a nation-wide survey of artists and content creators, Fair Use(r) examines the challenges and legal implications facing artists who upload their work to hosting platforms such as YouTube, Blip, Tumblr and Soundcloud.

Project Created: 
November 2013
 
Start Date: 
3 Sep 2009
Hours: 
7PM-9PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
The Change You Want To See
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Partner Organizations: 
The Change You Want to See
Not An Alternative

Upgrade! NY continues its series on open source as it relates to activism and creative practice with a conversation between Larisa Mann and Karl Fogel followed by a DJ set by Larisa Mann (aka DJ Ripley). The discussion will examine how Jamaican music has developed in the absence of an effective copyright regime, how technological and social conditions affect the music and musicians, and then will compare this to the open source movement today. They’ll look at how changes in technology and social convention affect music, software, and culture in general.

 
Research: Open Culture
Tags: Upgrade!, open source, Events, copyright
Partner Organizations: The Change You Want to See

DJ Ripley

Upgrade! NY
September 3, 2009

Upgrade! NY continues its series on open source as it relates to activism and creative practice with a conversation between Larisa Mann and Karl Fogel followed by a DJ set by Larisa Mann (aka DJ Ripley). The discussion will examine how Jamaican music has developed in the absence of an effective copyright regime, how technological and social conditions affect the music and musicians, and then will compare this to the open source movement today. They’ll look at how changes in technology and social convention affect music, software, and culture in general.

 
Start Date: 
3 Sep 2009
Hours: 
6:30PM-10:30PM
Venue: 
The Change You Want to See Gallery and Convergence Stage
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Partner Organizations: 
The Change You Want to See
Not An Alternative

Location: The Change You Want to See Gallery, 84 Havemeyer Street, Williamsburg, NY
Cost: Free
http://www.upgradeny.net

Upgrade! NY continues its series on open source as it relates to activism and creative practice with a conversation between Larisa Mann and Karl Fogel followed by a DJ set by Larisa Mann (aka DJ Ripley). The discussion will examine how Jamaican music has developed in the absence of an effective copyright regime, how technological and social conditions affect the music and musicians, and then will compare this to the open source movement today. They'll look at how changes in technology and social convention affect music, software, and culture in general.

 
People: Karl Fogel, Larisa Mann
Research: Open Culture
Tags: copyright, music, open culture, open source, software
Partner Organizations: The Change You Want to See


Summer School @ NightA series of free evening lectures open to the public led by hosts from Eyebeam's Summer School program and friends of Eyebeam. Thurs., July 9, 2009Copyright and the Creator: Who Cares What's Fair? A discussion on fair use and appropriation within activist and creative practice moderated by Creative Commons product manager and Eyebeam research associate Fred Benenson; with Eyebeam resident Jon Cohrs, artist/activist Larry Bogad, audio-visual remix artist Jonny Wilson (Eclectic Method), and Postmasters gallery director Magdalena Sawon.

 

This Thursday, July 9, 6–8PM at Eyebeam, there will be a panel discussion on fair-use and appropriation within activist and creative practice moderated by Creative Commons product manager and Eyebeam research associate Fred Benenson; artist/curator Mark Tribe, audio-visual remix artist Jonny Wilson (Eclectic Method), Postmasters gallery director Magdalena Sawon, and myself.

Come early at 5pm for a BBQ in front of Eyebeam.

 
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