Copyright Camp

Begins July 1

$50

We’ll be working through Just Wanna Create: Copyright and  Fair Use Strategies.  This will take us about a month.   You can also work at your own pace.  Join the FB group: JWQ-Copyright Camp.  

 

Want a certificate of completion? For each section of the book, there will either be a quiz or a homework assignment, and to obtain the certificate, you also have to complete a final project of your choosing.  You turn in the final project by mail.  It becomes part of our Trunk show on how to explain copyright.  

 

SCHEDULE

 

Wednesday, July 1: 

Read Part 1 - Introduction.

(No Discussion group b/c 4th of July)

 

Wednesday, July 8: 

Read  Part 2 - Create Your Work

Saturday, July 11: 

Discussion Group (optional) 10 am central  

 

Wednesday, July 15:

Read Part 3: Protecting Your Work

Saturday, July 18:

Discussion Group (optional) 10 am central
 

Wednesday, July 22:

Read Part 4: An Approach to Fair Use for Artists

Saturday, July 25:

Discussion Group (optional) 10 am central

 

Wednesday, July 29: 

Read Part 6 (we are skipping part 5):

A Copyright Quilt

Saturday, August 1: 

Discussion Group (optional) 10 am central

 

Final Project for Certificate of Completion:  Make a quilt or piece of art.  Using the Just Wanna Quilt Notebook (provided in Part VI), document what you do.  Write a short 1-2 page paper to go along your quilt explaining the copyright aspects (list will be given) All turning in a final project will receive a Certificate in the mail, along with a special surprise present. Due:  September 1, 2020

 

 

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Just Wanna Quilt: An Immersive Research Project of Copyright

Podcast and Research Lab

Tulane University Law School

New Orleans, LA 70118

townsend@tulane.edu

JWQ Shop and Long Army

Quilting Army Krewe, LLC

New Orleans, LA 70125

quiltingarmy@gmail.com

(504) 339-3857

Quilting Army Krewe, LLC

Owner, Elizabeth Townsend Gard

Editor-in-Chief, Just Wanna Series, Ricardo Gonzalez

Inventory Quilt Project, Willow Olson

Long Army, Joel Sellers

Project Director, Gigi Baay