I have been asked to present a webinar for CARFAC Ontario next month! Check it out:
October 15: Art in Cyberspace
Do you ever feel your art may get lost in the loads of information and graphics on the web? Not sure the best way to sell online? Scared your art may be stolen if you post pictures? The first part of this webinar, our expert will share their knowledge of where to safely sell your work online, as well as the pros and cons of the different services.
In the second half, Torys LLP, will discuss using images from the web as inspiration or as part of your work. We’ll help you navigate through copyright surrounding the use of photographic images as source material and the best practice for respectfully accessing images online.
About the Speaker: Clayton Windatt is a Métis arts administrator currently working as the director of White Water Gallery in North Bay. He works actively with several arts organizations locally, provincially and nationally on committees and boards of directors. Clayton works as a columnist for the North Bay Nipissing News producing a weekly arts column for the Nipissing District. He also aids in local arts activities and administration through Aanmitaagzi and their different community arts events and founded the Active Arts Festival.
Torys LLP is the law firm that partners with CARFAC Ontario to provide summary advice to artists about their legal rights and responsibilities through VALCO (Visual Artists’ legal Clinic of Ontario).