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Close the deal with a propsective client by sending them your studio’s Letter of Confirmation....

There’s often a problem with at least some of the terms of the contract that’s being offered to you. ...

Can you show your work in your portfolio even if someone else owns the copyright? Is it safe to use copyrighted works in your collages?...

If failed to get a model release from the subject of a work, you may find yourself unable to market your own work....

The Guild surveyed contest holders, jurors, and entrants to create guidelines for what an ethical contest should and shouldn't include....

“Orphan works” are problematic because they are still protected within their terms of copyright, but their owners cannot be contacted....

This glossary simply explains what the clauses in your contracts mean....

Licensing is a 70 billion dollar industry, and “Art Licensing” makes up 10% of all licensing. ...

When a project comes your way, you may tempted to consider compromising your fee, especially if you’re struggling to make ends meet. ...

Copyright is subject to certain limitations found in sections 107 through 118 of the Copyright Act....

Second only to an artwork’s aesthetic qualities, it is copyright law that drives a work’s value and integrity....

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