As a student taking a class in the College of Fine Arts, you may create various artistic works that are subject to copyright (the “Works”). The College of Fine Arts would at times like to copy, display, and distribute the Works that you might create in connection with this course. Some possible means by which your work may be copied, displayed, and distributed are:
- Electronic reproduction on the web or Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Periscope;
- In University publications;
- On the University premises, such as galleries, halls, classrooms;
- Blogs, newsletters; or
- In other media or publications.
If you would not like the College of Fine Arts to use your Work in this way, please notify Marina Gomberg by the second week of class.
In addition, from time to time the College of Fine Arts may capture certain images or recordings of you during or outside of class and may wish to publish such recordings. Such recordings may be displayed, reproduced, published and /or broadcast through any media including, but not limited to, print, broadcast and/or digital media including social media, and may be used for such purposes as the University may deem appropriate, including without limitation, publicity, advertising, trade, art, or any other lawful purpose.
If you would not like the College of Fine Arts to capture images or recordings of you and use them as described, please contact Marina Gomberg by the second week of class.