Maiden Creative Arts Seminar Ends At UEW
Copyright advocate, Mr. Benjamin Oduro Arhin Jnr, aka Bnoskka, has organized creative arts business and intellectual property seminar for industry stakeholders at the University Of Education, Winneba (UEW).
The event, which was attended by over 500 industry players, including students and staff of the university, was held at the Amu Theatre.
The capacity building seminar platform was to educate participants on creativity, business and how to protect ideas against unfair competition, Copyright infringement, Trademarks and Industrial Designs Right among others.
He further cleared misconceptions about an author’s moral right, economic rights, performers’ rights and unauthorized usage of copyright protected works.
The seminar took three sessions; the first was the main teaching session led by Mr. Benjamin Oduro Arhin Jnr.
The second was a creativity testing performance, led by the main speaker and an international bilingual comedian, ATINO, with his ‘Botom Music, Dance and Comedy’.
The last was a ‘Watch Your Tongue Approach to creative arts businesses by Officer Kwasi Ofori Appiah.
The head of the department, Dr. Obed Acquah, was represented by Mr. Mark Millas and Edwin Ferguson.
A certificate of appreciation was presented to Mr. Benjamin Oduro Arhin Jnr, for his support to the university.
According to the organizers, similar workshop/seminar will be organized in all tertiary institutions in the country.