In May 2021, the Bureau of Photography, a dependency of the French Ministry of Culture, is launching its second edition of the Parliament of Photography in a new format: two days of meetings accessible online from the National Institute of Art History in order to bring together professionals from the sector.
5 and 6 May 2021
A place for exchange and reflection on current issues in the sector, enlightened by professionals and put into perspective by specialists from the human and social sciences, the Parliament of Photography will take place online with registration.
During these two days, round tables and mini-conferences will follow one another: health crisis and acceleration of digital offers, eco-responsibility in the visual arts sector, photojournalism today or photography, witness or actor of societal changes? These are some of the themes that will punctuate these days.
Ms. Sylvie Fodor, CEPIC executive director, will be speaking on 6 May at 11.30 H on: Copyright and still images on digital sharing platforms: issues and prospects for the image world and prospects for the image world
“On the eve of the transposition of the European directive on copyright and related rights into the digital single market, the issues at stake in Article 17 of this directive point to a major change in French law: enforcing French law: enforcing authors’ rights on digital sharing platforms.”
This invitation follows on a presentation made at the same Ministry of Culture in September 2020.
How to register for the Parliament of Photography?
Registration is mandatory to attend the event. The Parliament of Photography will be divided into 4 sessions, the link remaining the same for each session.
For more information and registration: http://culture.gouv.fr/parlement-photographie
To download the programme, this is here … (in French) …