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Recording of CEPIC Cultural Heritage Webinar

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Challenges and Opportunities of Selling Cultural Heritage Images. This webinar was held on 16 February 2021.

About this event

Open data policies and legislations have brought a number of challenges to cultural heritage libraries: loss of control with potential rights issues, loss of opportunities for profit from the right of reproduction and consequent under-financing of the libraries and collections. Is there a future for cultural heirtage? How can such challenges be turned into opportunities? How has the market for cultural heritage and fine arts images evolved in the last ten years? What are the prospects for the next ten years?

The CEPIC cultural heritage webinar will confront the views of a long established cultural heritage and fine arts library and those of a general stock library that has recently entered this market and will match them with the expectations of a picture buyer.

Our speakers are:

Thomas Pey, AKG Images, France

Alfonso Gutiérrez, agefotostock, Spain

Veneta Bullen, Chair of PRA, UK

The debate will be moderated by Andrea Stern, ASA Ltd, UK

FORMAT: Zoom features

DATE: 16 February 17 H – 18 H CET

ADMISSION: 16.45 H – Overtime possible until 18.15 H CET


CEPIC member fee: 29.- with promo code

*send an email webinar@cepic.org and request your CEPIC member promo code

Non CEPIC member fee: 49 .- €

Picture Editors & Photographers: 9, – €


You can become the sponsor of the CEPIC Cultural Heritage Webinar. Send us an email to webinar@cepic.org and find out about the sponsorship benefits.

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CEPIC stands for the Coordination of European Picture Agencies Stock, Press and Heritage.

It aims to be the centre of the picture industry.

CEPIC federates approximately 600 businesses: large and smaller stock photo libraries, major photo news agencies, art galleries, museums and video companies Through its membership, CEPIC represents more than 250,000 authors in direct licensing in 20 countries across Europe.

Since its foundation CEPIC has been standing to defend the interests of picture libraries and agencies and their photographers against unfair business practice.

CEPIC’s imperative is a fair online marketplace where creators and copyright holders are recognized and fairly remunerated for their contribution in the “Value Chain”. CEPIC advocates a balanced copyright legislation adapted to the challenges of the online market place and, as one of the complainants at the EC, has been at the forefront of the battle against damaging practices of Google Images.

By supporting CEPIC, you support these efforts to ensure that a fair marketplace for image creators and rights holders continues to flourish.

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