Friday June 16th | 11am – 4pm | tickets £10
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Richard Taylor, Lawyer and partner at DLA Piper LLP, specialist in Intellectual Property
Professor Robert Burrell, Head of School of Law, University of Sheffield
There will also be an exhibition of works by Bryan Eccleshall, Friday June 16th (including private view in the evening) – Saturday June 17th 2017.
You can listen to Richard Taylor’s recent programme on BBC Radio 4, Copyright or Wrong? (including an interview with Bryan Eccleshall) here.
Occursus and Bank Street Arts are pleased to invite proposals for 20-minute contributions (including, but not limited to, papers, presentations and readings) that reflect critically on the issues and practicalities of copyright and copyleft, with particular reference to the arts (broadly interpreted).
Abstracts (300 words maximum) for 20-minute papers or presentations and a short biography (100 words maximum) should be sent to Amanda Crawley Jackson (a.j.jackson@) by May 15th 2017. Decisions will be announced in mid-May.
To reserve a place at the conference, please email Amanda Crawley Jackson (a.j.jackson@). Please note that there will be an attendance fee of £10, to include a light lunch and afternoon refreshments (tea, coffee, biscuits). Attendance fees will be donated to Bank Street Arts.
Should you wish to purchase one of the works exhibited by Bryan Eccleshall on June 16th-17th, please note that 50% of the sale price will be donated to Bank Street Arts. Furthermore, should Bryan sell his recent work, After Pablo Picasso’s Guernica, in the course of this selling show, he will be donating 100% of the sale price to Bank Street Arts. A catalogue of the exhibition, including prices, will be made available before and during the exhibition.