Location: Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BE
IIC is holding a half-day meeting on copyright as it relates to use by conservation professionals for scholarly publications, newsletters, web-based publications including news and information sharing, etc.
The format will be that of an IIC round table discussion: a panel of four speakers will give short presentations, and there will be a lengthy discussion session, which will be recorded. The speakers will represent:
• DACS - on copyright in images
• IIC’s publisher Taylor & Francis Routledge – on writing for scholarly publications, and the things every author should know about copyright
• Tate Legal’s Intellectual Property Manager – on works still in copyright, and their use in publications, website, teaching and reviewing events
• The J Paul Getty trust – on copyright in books and from the US perspective.
Light refreshments will be served at the end.
The seminar is open to IIC members. Please respond to email@example.com if you are able to attend. Those attending will be asked to contribute £10 towards the running costs - please can cheques for £10 (made payable to IIC and drawn on a UK bank) be sent to the IIC Office at
3, Birdcage Walk