“Intellectual Property Respect – A Virtual Artist’s Perspective” with Zinnia Zauber / Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond of Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance
This Friday, June 15, we are featuring award-winning Arts Advocate, Artist, and Instructor Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond (Zinnia Zauber in SL) http://uniqueasyou.com and President of the Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance http://sequimartsalliance.org . To foster expression and professionalism, Renne encourages the recognition of Intellectual Property use, permission, and protection through responsible and respective behavior. Learn and share your new knowledge about how ideas and creative assets become appreciated property this Friday.
Join us on Friday June 15 starting at 8:30 AM SLT / PST at the Plush Nonprofit Commons Amphitheater.
Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting
June 15, 2012, 8:30 AM SLT / PST
Plush Nonprofit Commons Amphitheater
• 8:30am Introductions
• 8:40am TechSoup Announcements
• 8:45am Mentors Central
• 8:55am Intellectual Property Respect – A Virtual Artist’s Perspective with Zinnia Zauber / Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond of Sequim Humanities and Arts Alliance
• 9:30am Open Mic/ Announcements
Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond is an artist, instructor, superhero, and advocate for awesomeness who empowers people to be their best virtual and tangible self by advancing excellence, exceptional pursuits, and individualism through creative expression and encouraging instruction with inspired results.
Since 1993, Renne has taught college level art and digital media, including Photoshop before layers. Renne has been teaching virtual world application, collaboration, community building since 2008 with University of Washington, Peninsula College, Arizona State University, Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds Conference, Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education Conferences, TechSoup Global, Nonprofit Commons, Virtual Ability, Rockcliffe University Consortium, Texas Woman’s University Online Conference, and Second Life Community Conferences.
In 2009, she graduated from the first pioneering class of the University of Washington Certificate in Virtual Worlds Program, was the Educational Mentor for the Classes of 2010 & 2011, and a team leader of the graduate collaborators, Avalumni. Renne earned her Bachelors of Science in Art at Lewis & Clark College and her Masters of Fine Art in Visual Art at Vermont College at Norwich University.
Her company, unique as you, specializes in color perception, intention, and utilization to create motivating, engaging experiences with innovative identity development, marketing, social media, events, and immersive environments for businesses, nonprofits, educational institutions, organizations, and communities.
As a nonprofit establisher, board officer, and volunteer of several Arts organizations, Renne only uses her superpowers for good.
Written by: Zinnia Zauber