Tuesday, June 9, 2015
The 2015 Legal Landscape for Creatives
Cracking the Code — Keeping What’s Yours and Protecting Your Rights
An opportunity to hear professionals speak on the everchanging landscape concerning the management of intellectual property.
The laws that govern photography have changed dramatically with the onset of digital. Photographers and Illustrators need to be current as to what those changes are so they know strategically where to invest their time and where they can let it go, especially when it comes to infringement.
We will have Dan Pollack, legal counsel specializing in Canadian and U.S. copyright law and Erin Finlay, General Counsel, Access Copyright. All seasoned in the area of copyright law it will be an evening of lively conversation and insights with time dedicated to questions and answers for those attending.
We will be hosting this event at The Theatre Centre. A nationally recognized live arts incubator that serves as a research and development hub for the cultural sector. The Theatre Centre promotes artistic innovation by encouraging artists to collaborate across genres, including theatre, music, dance, visual art and new media, investing in ideas, and challenging artists to develop new ways of working. Since its formation in 1979 when a group of like-minded artistic collectives came together to create a shared space where proactive ideas could be seen and heard, The Theatre Centre has incubated, commissioned, produced and hosted hundreds of artists from Toronto, across the country and around the world.
We invite you to join us at the Theatre Centre on 1115 Queen Street West on Tuesday, June 9th in an engaging evening concerning your rights around your work. All are welcome. At time of registration participants will be asked to submit a legal question pertaining to the industry.
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The Applied Arts AACE Awards
The Applied Arts AACE Awards show is slated for January 27th at the Hoxton, in Toronto. It’s a great event for getting caught up with colleagues and peers and seeing some great work. This is also an opportunity to meet their new editor Kristina Urquhart. For more info about the party, check out http://www.appliedartsmag.com/thebrief_details/?id=16910.
The Call for Entry for the Applied Arts’ Photo + Illustration Awards is on. Deadline for submissions is next Wednesday, January 21st. Applied Arts Awards provide extensive exposure, so be sure to enter! Click here for entry details. http://www.appliedartsmag.com/pi_awards/.
CAPIC Announces Rodeo6 Winners!
CAPIC’s sixth annual student member contest, Rodeo6, has been underway for the past few months and we are excited to announce our annual Awards Gala which recognizes the top photographers and illustrators from the contest.
Rodeo6 saw a significant increase in the number of entries from last year and the winning images from students across Canada will be displayed later this month representing the best photographers and illustrators in post-secondary programs.
This year the Rodeo6 Awards Gala will be hosted alongside Xposé during CONTACT 2014 on Wednesday May 21, 2014 from 6:00pm – 10:00pm at Todmorden Papermill Art Gallery in Toronto, ON.
The contest was judged by prominent Canadian photographers like Matthew Plexman, John Gaucher et Josh Webb and illustrators Barbara Spurll , Sue Todd and Ron Berg through an online vote to determine the top 3 photographers and top 3 illustrators. The Gala is a free event and is open to the public. Those interested are invited to join us for a night of recognition and appreciation of Canada’s top student talent. student talent.
For more information on the event, please contact Rosemary Chapman at (416) 462-3677 ext 233.
BONUS “PEOPLE’S CHOICE” PRIZE ROUND!
The top 10 winners in each category will also be entered into a special social media voting round for a chance to win one of two fabulous prizes from Kubota Image Tools! From now until May 15th, send us the name and title of the image that you like best with hashtag #Rodeo6 to cast your vote towards one of the top 10 entries!
Winners | Photography
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Winners | Illustration
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Finalists | Photography
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Finalists | Illustration
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CAPIC’s Double Vision 2014
A unique contest, the brain child of Michael Mahovlich past president of CAPIC Toronto, where an illustrator and a photographer are randomly paired together to create portraits of each other. Double Vision.
This one-of-a-kind event, the seventh show to date, pairs together photographers with illustrators to create a unique and creative portrait of each other, displayed “face to face” in the gallery space.
All guests are invited to vote on their favourite pair through the strategic placement of beans inside empty containers placed in front of each pairing, which only adds to the lively flair and energy of the evening.
The contest is open to all professional image creators in Canada
CAPIC Annual Meeting
The Annual General Meeting of CAPIC will be held at the CMA: Professional Development Institute (25 York Street, Suite 1100, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2V5 – Royal York Room) in Toronto, Ontario on Saturday, May 31, 2014 at 1:00pm.
General and Sustaining Members in good standing are eligible to vote during the meeting. Associate, Emerging Talent, Assistant and Student Members are welcome to attend the meetings as observers.
Only General Members and Sustaining Members in good standing may nominate candidates. Please be certain that the person you nominate wishes and is able to serve on the CAPIC National Board. If it is impossible for you to attend the meetings and you wish to have someone vote on your behalf, you may complete the proxy voting form.
If you have any questions, please contact the National Office at 416-462-3677 x 233, 1-888-252-2742 or email@example.com.