Make Art, Get Wired, Get PaidMay 22, 23, 24, 1997
This May, Winnipeg will host Make Art, Get Wired, Get Paid: National Conference and Training Sessions which will explore the impact of the Internet and electronic media on creative artists and cultural products.
Today's economy and the new technologies present opportunities and challenges in the creation, marketing and protection of, and payment for art and cultural products.
This conference is directed toward creators and caretakers of art and culture. Seminars, workshops, and discussions will be presented by technology experts, lawyers, copyright collectives, marketing specialists, curators, and artists in many disciplines, among them literature, film, music and the visual arts.
The conference will feature a keynote address by the renowned author Douglas Coupland. Hands-on training sessions will be offered in various areas, including web page design. There will be displays and special events in conjunction with the conference. Tickets for the keynote address may be bought separately.
To make this important event accessible to creative artists registration rates are discounted for members of cultural arts organizations in all media. Registration and display spaces are limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration includes Douglas Coupland's keynote address, training sessions will require separate registration.
Members of cultural organizations and students:
$50 until April 15th
$l00 after April 15th
$125 at the door
Institutions and all others:
To register, or for more information, please phone or fax (204) 992-2146.
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