Jan 24 HP and CreativeFuture presents: Creativity Matters – A Discussion on the Cultural, Ethical, and Economic Implications of Creativity

Saturday, January 24, 2015
10:30 a.m.–noon
Sundance House
Presented by HP

From film and television to books and music, to software and video games, the digital revolution has transformed nearly every aspect of how audiences and fans access creative works. Panelists will discuss the cultural and economic value of creativity, how individuals can protect their work at all stages in the creative process, and how the creative community must unite and advocate for the fundamental rights of creators to be compensated for their work.


Cassian Elwes
David Ginsberg
Steve Poehlein
Ruth Vitale
Josh Dickey
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