Discussion of copyright and fair use best practices for curators, archivists, documentary filmmakers, librarians and other collectors of dance-related materials. An examination of The Dance Heritage Coalition's published statement "Best Practices in Fair Use of Dance-Related Materials" including it's history and interpretation. Speakers: Professor of Law Peter Jaszi, Jacob's Pillow Director of Preservation Norton Owen and American Dance Festival Archivist Dean Jeffrey. Moderated by Jacob's Pillow Scholar-in-Residence Philip Szporer.The statement of best practices in fair use clarifies what librarians, archivists, curators, and others working with dance-related materials currently regard as reasonable application of the Copyright Act's fair use doctrine, where the use of copyrighted materials is essential to significant cultural missions and institutional goals. To download a PDF of the complete 32-page statement Click Here.PillowTalks feature world-renowned choreographers, dancers, authors, filmmakers, historians, and critics in live hour-long moderated discussions of the cultural forces shaping the field of dance. Curated by Jacob's Pillow Director of Preservation Norton Owen and moderated by Jacob's Pillow Scholars-in-Residence, PillowTalks use dance as a prism to explore the world at large. For more info on Jacob's Pillow please visit www.jacobspillow.orgmoreless
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