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Thursday, March 30 • 10:40am - 12:00pm
This is How We Do It: Helping Our User Communities to Navigate Copyright, Fair Use, and Codes of Best Practice

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An evolving responsibility of visual resources professionals at many institutions is helping their user communities to understand copyright and apply principles of fair use in actual practice.  This session uses the framework of the College Art Association’s Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts to demonstrate practical ways to apply fair use guidelines and similar “best practice” statements to the real-world situations our users typically encounter.  Each of our five presenters will address one of the Code’s five sections:  Analytical Writing; Teaching About Art; Making Art; Museum Uses; and Online Access to Archival and Special Collections.  Our speakers will demonstrate presentations, interactive exercises, model tools and templates, and other resources they have developed for use in their own institutions, but which attendees are welcome to adapt and customize for their own user communities.

Speakers:

  • Bridget Madden, Associate Director, Visual Resources Center, University of Chicago, bridgetm@uchicago.edu: Analytical Writing   
  • Stephanie Beene, Assistant Professor and Fine Arts Librarian for Art and Architecture, Fine Arts and Design Library, University of new Mexico, steph.beene@gmail.com: Teaching about Art
  • Allan Kohl, Visual Resources Librarian, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, allan_kohl@mcad.edu: Making Art
  • Margaret C. McKee, Imaging Services Specialist, The Menil Collection, mmckee@meil.org: Museum Uses
  • Marie Elia, Processing Archivist, the Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo, eliam@buffalo.edu: Online Access to Archival and Special Collections


Organizer/Moderators:

  • Bridget Madden, Associate Director, Visual Resources Center, University of Chicago, bridgetm@uchicago.edu
  • Allan Kohl, Visual Resources Librarian, Minneapolis College of Art and Design,  allan_kohl@mcad.edu

Moderators
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Allan Kohl

Visual Resources Librarian, Minneapolis College of Art and Design
copyright and intellectual property rights issues; international travel; sheet music covers; political cartoons; ancient Greek vases; medieval manuscript illumination; theatre
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Bridget Madden

Associate Director, Visual Resources Center, Department of Art History

Speakers
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Stephanie Beene

Fine Arts Librarian for Art, Architecture + Planning, The University of New Mexico
Education, outreach, the arts in all variation. Beauty in the details, meaning in the whole. The great outdoors. The importance of preserving it all for the future.
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Marie Elia

Archivist, University at Buffalo
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Margaret C. McKee

Imaging Services Specialist, The Menil Collection


Thursday March 30, 2017 10:40am - 12:00pm
Salon A-B

Attendees (62)