Making Marks Workshop: Digital Art Law – What you should know when posting online

22 July '20 at 1:00 pm to 2:15 pm

Do you know your rights when it comes to posting images of your artwork online?

Fionnuala Rogers is an art lawyer with extensive experience in the UK and in the Gulf Countries. Join her in this free workshop for a crash course in digital art law, covering the basics that emerging artists in the UK and the Gulf need to know when sharing their work online.

About the workshop leader

Fionnuala Rogers is an art and cultural heritage lawyer, who founded Canvas Art Law in 2017, a specialist law firm dedicated to supporting those in art and culture. Fionnuala has a strong connection with the Middle East having focused the majority of her practice there for the last 8 years, working with museums, galleries, cultural organisations, NGOs and government ministries on tangible and intangible cultural heritage projects.

Further information

Capacity: up to 100 people on Zoom. The session will also be recorded and hosted on the Arab British Centre website and youtube channel at a later date.

Once registered, you will receive the Zoom link in your inbox. On the day of the event, click the link to join the Zoom event.

This discussion is part of the Arab British Centre’s Making Marks programme, in partnership with the British Council, which focuses on creative exchange between artists aged 18-30 in the UK and the Arab world.

Thinking of attending? We recommend also signing up to the Why Digital Matters workshop!

Venue

Online!

Organiser

The Arab British Centre in partnership with British Council