Don’t shy away from using copyrighted material while making art. The Code of Best Practices for the Visual Arts explains how under section Three: Making Art. The Code launched in February of 2015, a year later artists across the board have applied fair use in their works. You can too! Follow the infographic to find out more. Stay tuned the rest of the week for more options.
Blog by Maria Scheid, Rights Management Specialist, Copyright Resources Center at the Ohio State University.
The recently-launched Georgia Tech Library Copyright and Fair Use Web site offers a host of information for both budding and expert creators and users of copyrighted materials.
The Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week logos or word marks should not be used to imply or suggest endorsement of any product or service not approved by the coordinators of Fair Use Week. Please follow the specifications provided in the Fair Use Brand Guide (PDF) when implementing the Fair Use Week logo or word mark.
Official image files of the Fair Use Week logo and Fair Dealing Week logo are available for download.