For a month, 27-28 October in Dankworth-Palace of culture and Science (from al. Avenue), will be held next, the fifth edition of the International Conference CopyCamp. Already started registration
for this event. Make is possible at the following address: https://copycamp.pl/contact/register/. Participation in the CopyCamp is completely free.
Copycamp 5 years is the site of the international debate. Copyright and related issues. In this event, involving representatives of different cultural institutions, media, creative, scientific, legal, political and non-governmental organizations from the country and abroad. Most of them come from countries of the European Union, including in the countries of the Visegrad Group, but also showcase the CopyCamp representatives from other European countries and the United States. ZIPSEE “Digital Poland” is a strategic partner of this event.
A detailed Conference programme available here: http://copycamp.pl/info/program/
During this year’s CopyCamp 2016 participants will be discussed m.in. on the following topics:
- Copyright and art
How to use someone else’s songs in his own creations? How to recognize a parody? How to cite without the risk of copyright infringement? Copyright and design, audiovisual art, applied arts. How is the future creative class – writers, redaktorek, musicians, graficzek. What is their level of awareness of copyright?
- Remuneration models
How to pay for access to and use of cultural goods (m.in. listen, watch, copy) in such a way as not to create monopolies of information? As the authors/ki should/be be remunerated for their songs? Who should pay the author of/k/om and on what basis? What are the sources of remuneration and contributions? What remuneration systems currently exist? What could check up on the Internet?
- Copyright, education and science
Copyright in schools and universities. The issue of open educational resources. What are the educational exceptions? Open access in libraries and cultural institutions (GLAM). How to open scientific publications and research data? The policy of openness in science and their practical implementation.