Copyright for Musicians

 

Copyright for Musicians

Description

Copyright is part of a set of property rights that enable artists to monetize their creativity and earn a living from doing what they love. The trouble is that it comes from a complex area of the law that relatively few people understand. As a result, many artists don't get the full benefit of what the law provides for them. In this workshop, Louisiana-licensed entertainment attorneys Max Hass and Bri Whetstone will walk through the basics of copyright law, focusing on the specific needs of musicians. Participants will learn about the rights they have in their work and how to use those rights to maintain creative and financial control over their projects.

Sponsored by the Friends of the New Orleans Public Library.

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