Copyright for Visual Artists virtual workshop on June 24th

Copyright for Visual Artists

A zoom workshop presented by The Ella Project and the Louisiana Crafts Guild

Presented by Maya Burchette, US Copyright Office

You know the importance of copyright, but if you’ve been intimidated by registering, have been putting it off, or just want a refresher, you’ll want to zoom with us on our latest free zoom workshop, specifically crafted for visual artists. Join Maya Burchette, attorney and Copyright Specialist with the United States Copyright Office as she discusses:

  • The importance of registration.
  • Published vs Unpublished works
  • New changes in the eCo online registration system.
  • New options such as Group Registration
  • Plus your questions!

Copyright for Visual Artists

A zoom workshop from The Ella Project and the Louisiana Crafts Guild

Thursday June 24th, 2:00 Central.

This workshop is free, but pre-registration is required. Please email gene@ellanola.org for the link.

Maya Burchette is a Denver native who holds degrees from Howard University (’12) and Tulane University Law School (’15). Her love for all things copyright began during law school, where she worked with creatives as a student attorney at The Ella Project.  Maya continued this work after graduation as a transactional attorney at a boutique law firm in Washington, DC, before joining the Copyright Office in 2018. Outside the Office, Maya enjoys volunteering with Take Creative Control, DC Black Film Fest, and Washington Lawyers for the Arts.

The Louisiana Crafts Guild is a juried organization of Fine Crafts Artisans located throughout the state of Louisiana and the southern region of the United States. Members of the Guild are active in their community and give back by providing demonstrations to schools, churches, libraries and other organizations.