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Online - London, United Kingdom
What motivates you to create? How do you decide who to collaborate with? What does collaboration really mean? How can you make sure you are fairly represented as you develop your creative identity? What do you do if it all goes wrong?

Intellectual property (IP) are international legal rights that protect the financial and reputational elements of your work as creatives, innovators and collaborators.

We would love you to join us in an interactive session, sharing the experiences of some of our UAL graduates and encouraging you to share your thoughts on what creative rights mean to you and how you can create agency for your future selves.

This event is only available to UAL current students and alumni.

Please book your place at least 1 hour before event start time so that we have the time to send you the link to attend online. Bookings made after this time may not receive the link.

This event is organised by Careers and Employability, the department that empowers UAL students and graduates to make a living doing what they love.

If you believe there are any barriers to your participation in this event or opportunity, or you have any access requirements you wish to discuss, we would be happy to talk to you. Please contact the event organiser on the above email in advance.
  • business
  • enterprise
  • entrepreneur


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Creative rights: know your why and your worthLondon, United Kingdom