ReMix This: A Copyright Cabaret


From the think tank of Fresh Media…

An evening of artists, storytellers, copyright experts, engaged citizens and multimedia activities that will get you thinking about:

Who owns what you create & share?
Copyright: does it function as creative incentive or control?
How can we re-conceptualize copyright?

So join us and bring your friends! Share your ideas in a community conversation designed to re-conceptualize copyright at this pivotal moment.

WHAT: ReMix This: A Copyright Cabaret
WHEN: Thursday May 16th | doors at 6, event starts at 7
WHERE: The Wise Hall, 1882 Adanac St.

Tickets $5, cash bar on site, Dance Party to follow!

Copyright is an incentive for artists to create and share ideas without fearing misrepresentation or take-over, and it also has legal implications for content creators, users, and innovators alike. What’s more, current copyright provisions, as proposed by the secretive, multi-country Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), are setting up barriers to sharing and innovating that would greatly impact how we experience art, communication, and culture.

What happens when copyright is less about incentivizing creative output and more about restrictive control? How do we make sure that creativity is not short-changed on account of profit-driven interests?

ReMix This: a Copyright Cabaret gives you the opportunity to engage in conversation with other passionate individuals to rethink copyright for the future of the arts, intellectual property and the open internet. Stay tuned for more speakers and collaborators.

In the past, FreshMedia events have had fantastic turnouts. Be sure to RSVP and grab your tickets for this highly anticipated event now!


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