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Sunday, April 15 • 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Between Marginalization and Mainstreaming: Copyright Alternatives in Cultural Industries Training

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A growing number of post-secondary training programs prepare students for entrepreneurial careers in creative industries like the media, design, entertainment, or the visual and performing arts.  Some of these programs include core education in intellectual property and its exploitation. Others fold intellectual property models into training on licensing and distribution models or general industry advice.  This panel will apply an open-content-licensing lens to the experience of delivering cultural industries training to ambitious local up-and-comers.  In doing so, the panel will create a space for critical self-examination on possibilities for mainstreaming alternative approaches to copyright, rather than marginalizing them, in media & entertainment training.

Speakers
avatar for Bram Abramson

Bram Abramson

Open Web Fellow, Mozilla Foundation
Toronto-based communications lawyer with a background in telecom networks, broadcast policy, and data regulation.
avatar for Sasha Boersma

Sasha Boersma

Professor (Contract), School of Communications, Media, Arts, and Design, Centennial College
Sasha has been a Professor and occasional Program Coordinator at Centennial College for 9 years, teaching Ontario Graduate Certificate-level courses in business, marketing, accounting, and entrepreneurship courses for the Interactive Media Management, Children's Media, and Film... Read More →
avatar for Ramona Ostrowski

Ramona Ostrowski

Associate Producer, HowlRound Theatre Commons
avatar for Jeremy Shtern

Jeremy Shtern

Associate Professor, Ryerson University
Jeremy Shtern is associate professor and a founding faculty member in the School of Creative Industries at Ryerson University. Dr. Shtern’s research and teaching focuses on transformations in the structure and governance of communication industries and creative work as they reo... Read More →


Sunday April 15, 2018 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Parkdale Meeting Room "A+B" 3rd floor, Delta Toronto Hotel, 75 Lower Simcoe St, Toronto ON

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