The Appropriation Art Coalition reflects the broad spectrum of Canada’s art community. The coalition now numbers over 600 artists, curators, directors, educators, writers, associations and organizations from the art sector. All have come together to express their concern over the state of copyright policy for artists and the future of […]
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Appropriation Art, an artists group that represents hundreds of artists and galleries, has issued its response to C-32, criticizing the restrictive digital lock provisions and the failure to adopt a full flexible fair dealing provision.
The government has just announced that there is a 48 hour extension on submissions to the copyright consultation. While the discussion forum has closed, Canadians now have until Tuesday night to submit their views on copyright. If you missed last night's deadline, there is still time to craft your own […]
The Globe and Mail gives a positive review to the Appropos exhibit in Toronto, which demonstrates the negative effects of C-61 on appropriation artists. Note that the Edward Day Gallery will host a Fair Copyright for Canada, Toronto chapter event on July 24th. I'll be there to talk strategy.
BlogTO notes that the Edward Day Gallery in Toronto is currently exhibiting a new show called "Appropos," featuring appropriation art. The Gallery says: The Appropos group exhibition is based on the work of artists whose use of imagery integrates existing popular culture products/icons. One of the purposes of the exhibition […]