We have so many thing we have done and still want to do. And so, when the Dean asked me what my next project would be, I responded: So, that's a little about me. I've won awards. I actually forgot that I had promised them a quilt. Build a community of quilters, scholars, and law students. Here is, like fandoms, an ecosystem of both commercial and non-commercial uses, where people feel a personal connection to the work that they do, and where the economic stakes are high. And that's what we did! Before that, I earned my master's and a doctorate in Modern European history, focusing on gender, biography, and cultural history. Just Wanna Quilt, New Orleans, Louisiana. So, when the Dean of the law school asked me what my next project was, he said, to think carefully and do something I really wanted to do. Law review articles usually take a year to write, and that's focused on one aspect of a large subject. Two years old on Feb 5, 2020. It's simple. I thought that was incredibly brave. Two years old on Feb 5, 2020. But it got me thinking... And so, when the Dean asked me what my next project would be, I responded: quilting and copyright. This is was before Quiltfolk came to the house to photograph the space. Research and write about the copyright and other IP issues related to quilting. Now, two years in, the project has grown in amazing ways. Go to her webpage www.jessicaquilter.com for more, and also go to her Instagram account @jessicaquilter She's awesome!!!! I'm Elizabeth Townsend Gard, and I'm a Professor of Law at Tulane University Law School. It's called immersive research (do jump in, and experience) primarily through a research podcast and a Facebook group. Still the Jukis. It sold for auction around $300! Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. We're a Quilting Army. I love being in the middle of the house. And so, I'm taking a new approach, building on the work that I have done throughout my career, but also trying a new method of vulnerability and transparency. We talk about the quilting industry, copyright, being quilters, and why we quilt. We've written books. Quilt every day. I've been in school for a long time. I've quilted from start to finish about 70 quilts. Just Wanna Quilt में 3,388 सदस्य हैं. These are just a sampling of some of the pieces the challenge has inspired me to make. Second, I made a quilt for the PILF auction at the law school. 2010. Who is interviewed? We're creating Copyright Camp. The project was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in Golan v. Holder twice! See the latest Slate article). The work is filled with transformative uses, first sale, public domain building blocks, new works, tolerable uses, to name just a few. I actually forgot that I had promised them a quilt. Spring Convergence , was accepted and shown at the Madison Quilt Expo in September of 2011. There’s also a Just Wanna Quilt Facebook Group. Instead, the quilting project is about learning and working with other quilters and the industry to understand the world. Copyright Research Lab @ Tulane Law School. We have started a Shop, a Long Army program (to teach long arming and sell Grace long arms), and so much more. I've been in school for a long time. I think this is an important aspect. Make friends! Understand the quilting world and the role of IP, and copyright in particular. This is different from the Durationator project which was about teaching law students. I have two Juki machines -- an Exceed (low end model) and the 2010. We've added a Brother embroidery machine, a Accuquilt cutting system, and a lot more fabric. I always have a bunch of projects going. I've interviewed over 300 people--famous, regular quilters, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and even recipients of quilts. I've been a brand ambassador for Michael Miller Fabrics. Talk to people about their quilting life. A nd here's mine in progress. If you have ideas or suggestions about the project feel free to. I had no idea this would all happen. 1.4K likes. Quilters often want to show off their "room". 1.4K likes. This journey has not been alone. Our Community Partners are also so key including Mask Making Coalition, Million Masks a Day, Quilting on a Budget, the Quilt … Finally, we will officially launch Copyright Camp in July 2020 -- three years from our start in 2017. And who knows what is next? It's the community I'm hoping to build. The result was a system that we are now marketing to libraries, archives, museums, lawyers and content holders to assist with copyright issues that arise with all kinds of works - books, photographs, artwork, sound recordings, audiovisual works, etc. Regular people. In 2017, I became a full professor at Tulane Law School. This has turned into the Homemade Mask (Virtual) Summit in June 2020. I've been asked to be on panels about podcasting. It was a feminist thing. But I wanted to go deeper. I love FMQ, although I'm still a beginner. Eric is a superstar in the IP field, a professor at Santa Clara University School of Law. Immersive research turned into collaboration and community. Just Wanna Quilt. It's awesome. I told Denise at Mes Amis Quilt Shop and she asked, "Can you do that with Star Wars materials?"