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FREE Archives Workshop - Intellectual Property and Cultural Rights October 16 in Baltimore

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Andy Kolovos <[log in to unmask]>

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*FREE* Archives Workshop - *Intellectual Property and Cultural Rights: A 
Community Conversation*


The American Folklore Society <https://www.afsnet.org/> and the AFS 
Archives and Libraries Section 
<https://www.afsnet.org/page/ArchivesLibraries> invite you to attend a 
*free* workshop with renowned ethnomusicologist and archivist, Tony 
Seeger at the 2019 American Folklore Society Annual Meeting 
<https://www.afsnet.org/page/2019AM> in Baltimore on Wednesday, October 
16, 2019, 12:00–4:00 pm.

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*Preregister for Workshop here: *
https://www.afsnet.org/store/ViewProduct.aspx?id=13929519

*Registration *for the full***American Folklore Society Annual 
Meeting***is *encouraged*, but not required, for workshop attendees.


*Workshop Description*/
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/Intellectual Property and Cultural Rights: A Community Conversation/


The workers and researchers who create and use cultural collections have 
long been concerned with issues of rights. These issues include not only 
questions of copyright and other intellectual property matters, but also 
cultural rights and the abilities of culture makers to influence the 
ways in which their stories and materials can be used.

To further explore these issues and offer folklorists and community 
partners an opportunity to discuss these issues in depth, the AFS 
Archives and Libraries Section is sponsoring a half-day workshop on 
intellectual property and cultural rights, led by Dr. Anthony Seeger of 
UCLA and the Smithsonian Institute.

In the first part of the workshop, Dr. Seeger will answer questions and 
facilitate audience-driven discussion on legal and cultural rights 
pertaining to collections. Then, after a brief break, Dr. Seeger will 
moderate a conversation between participants on rights issues, offering 
participants a chance to discuss topics and incorporate perspectives 
from their own collections and communities.

With this event, the AFS Archives and Libraries Section hopes to 
facilitate discussion and communication between cultural stakeholders at 
multiple points on the collections spectrum – from culture creation to 
collections management.


*Anthony Seeger* is an ethnomusicologist, anthropologist, audiovisual 
archivist, and amateur musician. His ethnographic research has focused 
on the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon region of Brazil, especially the 
Suyá/Kĩsêdjê. He has also written about audiovisual archives, 
intellectual property, and other subjects that are part of research and 
repatriation projects.  He has been involved in audiovisual repatriation 
projects since 1982.  In addition to his teaching duties, he was 
Director of the Indiana University Archives of Traditional Music 
(1982-1988), Curator of the Folkways Collection and founding director of 
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings at the Smithsonian Institution 
(1988-2000), and faculty director of the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive 
(2007-2012).  He has served as President of the Society for 
Ethnomusicology and the International Council for Traditional music and 
was a co-founder of the Research Archive Section of the International 
Association for Sound and Audiovisual Archives. He has been a Fellow of 
the American Academy of Arts and Sciences since 1993.

-- 
Andy Kolovos Ph.D., MLS
Associate Director and Archivist
Vermont Folklife Center
http://www.vtfolklife.org
Office: 802/388-4964
Cell: 802/373-4736

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