Free call about how one artist is fighting to protect artists’ rights

Artist John T. Unger – creator of copyrighted sculptural Artisanal Firebowls – is getting an unwanted education in copyright law. His court case could have far-reaching intellectual property implications for the original work created by other artists and creative entrepreneurs.

Join us on this special call to find out how it could affect you.

A Conversation with John T. Unger

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©Preston S. Cole, TAPS Photography

Thursday, November 5
4pm ET, 3pm PT, 2pm MT, 1pm PT
30 minutes

FREE

As John explains it, he has had to spend over $50,000 so far to defend himself against an imitator who has sued to have John’s copyrights revoked. Read the details.

During this 30-minute call, John will quickly state the facts of the lawsuit against him and describe how the outcome could affect the rights of other artists in the future.

PLEASE NOTE: If you’d like to help John, but can’t be on the phone call, you can buy his art here or donate any amount here.

To listen to this conversation, all you have to do is sign up. Upon registering, you will be taken to a page with the dial-in information. You will also receive this information in your email inbox.

While this is a complimentary call, you will incur regular long-distance charges.


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1 comment to Free call about how one artist is fighting to protect artists’ rights

  • Dear John (of the most wonderful firebowls)…here is my idea. Run to a big company & sign a deal yourself for them to produce your firebowls internationally…Start with one…Beat this slimy crook at his own game. You will make money, you will bring your art to people around the world who need it ( like me in Canada), you will increase your international stature as an artist, & the big company will squash the knock-off bugs like this one easily…Run…(& thank you ArtBizBlog for posting this story…) p.s. we are repped in Canada by CARFAC & its affiliate CARCC who sues & handles stuff like this for free for the artist members. You all in the U.S. should have something like this…)