Law for the Arts

Jan 18 20236:30pm-8:00pm

About the event

Calling all creators!

While Art and Law aren’t the most obvious bedfellows, most artists have to deal with legal paperwork of some kind during their careers.

In this informative session, Pankhuri Upadhyay, founder of Maker’s Legal breaks down complex legal concepts, including derivative works, fair use, moral rights and resale royalties using international and Indian case studies.

The hour-long talk will also include a primer on navigating contracts.

With a roster of clients that include some of the country’s top creative professionals from writers, actors, filmmakers, production designers and cinematographers to typeface designers, design studios, art galleries, photographers, literature writers and music composers, Pankhuri is well-versed with the practical aspects of law in each field, and its implications for a range of creatives.

This promises to be an invaluable talk for students and aspiring or mid career artists alike, so sign up now!

Date: 18 January 2023
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: IFBE
Entry: Register at the link below

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In collaboration with

Makers Legal

Maker's Legal is an innovative, research and strategy driven law firm, offering bespoke legal and strategic counsel across all cross-sections of intellectual property, media & entertainment, technology, real estate, private equity and general corporate advisory. Our practice areas support a wide spectrum of 'makers' from individual freelancers, studios, small businesses and start-ups to larger corporate institutions.