From Popper to Ruby Rose: image copyrights in the age of Wikipedia – a talk by NZ Wikipedian at Large, 7 June 2019

Do you need permission to film a mural? Who owns the copyright for Popper’s passport photo? How do you get a photo into Wikipedia? Is museum taxidermy art, and can you legally photograph it? What is copyfraud? New Zealand Wikipedian at Large Dr Mike Dickison will talk about how we can share our photographs and protect artists’ rights, in an age where everyone has a camera in their pocket and reproduction costs nothing.

Date: Friday 7 June

Time: 12.00-1.00

Venue: A3 lecture theatre