Protecting Your Art, Copyrights with Deborah Gonzalez
1 Session | All Levels | Price: $FREE
ARTZ1432 | Monday, January 13, 6 - 8pm
Do you have questions regarding how federal and state laws affect the creation, sale, exhibition, and protection of your art? This session focuses on a number of legal rights artists have in their work including copyrights and the Visual Artist's Rights Act. Using real cases as its basis, this session will illustrate some do's and don'ts for visual artists to consider as they create their work and decide whether to exhibit, sale, and/or offer them for collection.
Come for an informative discussion on the current state of art law in the US and the world with an art attorney whose client base includes Atlanta and New York, and all genres of art - painting, sculpture, animation, graphics, mixed media, film, and more. A briefing will begin the session for about 45 minutes, followed by 45 of your questions. Be ready to learn enough to be dangerous. Please bring a pen and paper. Handouts will be provided.
“Strategic, focused, creative” are three words used to describe Deborah Gonzalez’s approach to the effective protection and enhancement of assets for her clients. Deborah graduated from New York Law School in 1997. Following graduation, she built a successful boutique practice in New York City, focusing on intellectual property (IP) law, including arts, music & entertainment law, social media and online law, and international IP law. Her Pro Bono work includes NGO Yachay Wasi at the United Nations and a legal clinic for musicians and artists. In 2007, Deborah relocated to Georgia where she has been employed by the University System of Georgia. In 2008 she was granted reciprocity to practice law in Georgia.
Deborah has designed and created innovative training and curriculum for members of the arts and entertainment industries (including artists, musicians, producers and digital creators), business professionals, and international diplomats. Programs include digital rights in the online world, both for the artistic community and for higher education, diplomacy and international relations, and economic and community development programs, as well as numerous others.