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The Intellectual Property Office is delivering a series of free half-day seminars aimed at cultural organisations to provide training on the Intellectual Property framework.

In March 2018, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport launched the Culture is Digital (CiD) project which aims to make the UK a world leader in digital arts and heritage. The CiD found that cultural sector faces the same key challenges as the Creative Industries in relation to intellectual property – lack of knowledge and legal expertise and vulnerability to losing control of their creative content online.

Intellectual Property seminars for cultural organisations

Intellectual Property seminars for cultural organisations

As part of the project, the Intellectual Property Office is delivering a series of free half-day seminars aimed at cultural organisations to provide training on the Intellectual Property framework. If you are a cultural organisation, artist or charity interested in understanding more about creating and managing intellectual property assets and the rules around copyright, such as exceptions and obtaining permissions for use of content, this free seminar is an excellent opportunity.

The first of the six seminars will be held in Newcastle and Hull, but expect further events in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol. Click below to sign up, be quick as places are limited.

Thursday 11th October 2018, 13.00–16.00, Newcastle

Friday 12th October 2018, 10.00–13.00, Hull

George Stanley-Jones, Head of Digital Culture and Arts Philanthropy, DCMS