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CMSI and CAA have put together a presentation quickly outlining the basics of fair use and what the Code covers.
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The College Art Association teamed up the CMSI to simply the approach to the principles found within the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts. Today we take a closer look at...
ACCOMPANYING POWERPOINT: Illustrations: Teaching Script for Fair Use in Art Making
Journalists depend upon fair use, often without knowing it. The Set of Principles in Fair Use for Journalism was created by journalists to..
For a grade of A, the student refers to the Code, applies the transformative logic of category 3 appropriately (stressing transformative function, repurposing, recontexualizing, or the absence...
Create a mockup of a printed brochure or virtual tour for the website of a proposed museum exhibition of contemporary art, and justify using unlicensed imagery from the exhibition referencing...
Have students make a work of art that incorporates copyrighted material (image or text) in a transformative way, and write a justification for not licensing that material, using the Code of Best...
In writing assignments, ask students to include photo credit lines for all images included in their papers. In addition to the artist’s name, title, medium, and size, have students include the...
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