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14.03.2019 19:00

NUCLEO en SOFAM nodigen je graag uit op de lezing 'Auteursrechten voor visuele kunstenaars' door Kate Mayne en Tinne Billet

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Auteursrechten voor visuele kunstenaars

NUCLEO en SOFAM nodigen je graag uit op de lezing 'Auteursrechten voor visuele kunstenaars' door Kate Mayne en Tinne Billet (SOFAM)
De lezing is gratis, mits inschrijving via goo.gl/forms/edqkg7TPzPmTvL1F2 vòòr 12 maart!
'Je hebt iets nieuws gemaakt. Je had een idee, en vertaalde het in een originele vorm. Je wilt het delen met de wereld, wat inhoudt dat het tijd is om na te denken over auteursrechten. Hoe beschermt de wet mijn werk? Wat zijn collectieve rechten, volgrechten? Hoe lang geldt het auteursrecht, en bij wie kan ik terecht voor meer informatie? Tijdens deze lezing bespreken we de basisbegrippen en geven we je tips over dit aspect van je professionele activiteit als visueel kunstenaar.'
SOFAM is een coöperatieve vennootschap bestuurd door kunstenaars, gespecialiseerd in het beheer van auteursrechten van visuele kunstenaars. Een eerlijke verloning voor creatief werk en de belangen van kunstenaars staan bij SOFAM centraal.