We are proud to announce that the Diploma in Intellectual Property and Collections course (DipIPC) will run again this year from 13-15 June 2016 in London. The course covers everything from copyright and its enforcement to morals rights and IP management for museums. The course is open to all museum and art world professionals, requiring no pre-existing knowledge of the law.
The course will be led by IAL Assistant Director Alexander Herman and IAL Senior Researcher Emily Gould, who will be supported by guest lecturers on specific topics. The course fee is £590 + VAT. It is eligible for CPD points.
Sessions will include:
- Copyright subsistence and artistic works: What is “art”? What is copyright?
- Copyright infringement: How can cultural institutions protect against infringement?
- Copyright duration: How to calculate the term of copyright?
- Fair dealing, fair use and other exceptions to copyright infringement
- Orphan works, moral rights and artist resale rights
- IP management for museums
- Museums and IP in the digital era
- International considerations
- IP clauses in art and exhibition contracts
For more information, or to book a spot, visit us here. We are most grateful to Queen Mary’s Centre for Commercial Law Studies for hosting this course at its campus at Lincoln’s Inn Fields.