Monthly Archives: September 2017

Unpacking the Bazalgette Review of the Creative Industries

The Bazalgette Review, analysed by CREATe Programme Leader Dr Sukhpreet Singh and CREATe Community Manager Kerry Patterson, in the context of CREATe and CCPR‘s research programme   The 22nd of September 2017 saw the publication of Sir Peter Bazalgette’s Independent Review of the … Continue reading

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New resource on Music Plagiarism & Copyright

On 3rd October 2017, academics at Westminster Law School are launching Lost in Music, a free, open access resource to help artists, students, professionals and interested parties navigate their way through the maze of music business law. In its launch … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: 20th International Conference on Cultural Economics

The Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) is inviting papers for its 20th International Conference on Cultural Economics to be held at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia from Tuesday June 26th to Friday 29th, 2018. ACEI members share an interest in … Continue reading

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CREATe film shortlisted for AHRC Award #RIFA2017

The CREATe film Going for a Song from Copyright User, has been shortlisted for the Innovation Award in the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s prestigious 2017 Research in Film Awards. Going for a Song tells the story of Tina and Ben, a music composer and lyricist who … Continue reading

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Questioning the creative economy – Keynote by CREATe Deputy Director

Philip Schlesinger gave the opening keynote lecture at the Cultural and Professional Policy Seminar held at the NFF (the Norwegian Non-fiction Writers’ and Translators’ Association) in Oslo on 6 September 2017. Philip reflected on the present state of cultural policy … Continue reading

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CREATe research on copyright takedown to be presented at Loyola University Chicago

CREATe member and School of Law colleague Kristofer Erickson will present research at Loyola University Chicago School of Law on Friday 15th September. The title of Dr Erickson’s presentation, which emerges from research with colleagues Martin Kretschmer and Dinusha Mendis, … Continue reading

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Design Council’s ‘Spark’ opens for 2017 applications.

Spark, UK’s leading UK product innovation support programme and fund from the Design Council, launches tomorrow (12 Sep 2017) for applications. Now in its fourth year, Spark provides design expertise to help shape business opportunities and develop product innovations through … Continue reading

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Teaching robots copyright: CREATe Industry Fellow Emma Barraclough writes for World IP Review

CREATe Industry Fellow, Emma Barraclough wrote for World IP Review last month on work by CREATe researchers into artificial intelligence and copyright. She discussed research being conducted by members of CREATe at the University of Edinburgh into the way in … Continue reading

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