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We welcome you to the Rights Chain blog, an area where you can find first-hand information or news on topics such as creativity, copyright, privacy or new technologies.
Have you ever heard of a "sidewalk" Comics Festival?
We are so used to conventions located inside large buildings and in beautiful parks that an event in a square, or as they say "in the middle of the street," is definitely bound to be one of a kind.
We're here today to share our experience at a small event held last weekend in the province of Brescia, a completely different experience from the usual Comic Conventions.
Following up on the article from two Sundays ago, we now offer a brief reflection regarding the differences between Italian and foreign trade fair management.
What distinguishes an event on our soil from one on foreign soil? How does the organization work outside our borders? What can be learned from the work of others, and what is best left aside?
All too often during interviews with companies we hear 'yes we have Disaster Recovery'. Then, scrolling through the questions in our questionnaires, the reality of the situation jumps out. At a time when climate change does not only put a strain on people, knowing what a Disaster Recovery is becomes more than necessary.
During the last week of April 2022, from the 25th to the 27th, one of the most important events within the cybersecurity industry was held: the National Cyber Security Show in Birmingham.
In this short article, we explain our team's experience during the show, hoping that it will entice you to attend in the years to come.
Lately, the phenomenon of "Greenwashing" seems to be the talk of the town. What is Rights Chain's position when faced with a topic of such impact on the planet we live on?
Today we meet Aurora Ciurca, an illustrator and concept artist from Northern Italy. In this interview she shares with us her artistic journey and her opinion on the use of Artificial Intelligence in the creative environment.
We are here today with Alice Pasotti, an illustrator and painter from northern Italy. In the interview, she tells us about her artistic journey in the educational and professional spheres, and then dwells on the situation of the Artist Alleys in Italian conventions.
We hope you enjoy the read.
Why is the technology situation getting worse by the month? From the spasmodic adoption of technologies of doubtful utility to the general public to the alienation of the market increasingly filled with alchemists and gurus who promise miracles instead of understanding problems and proposing solutions.
We are here today with Flor, aka @florosco.art, to discuss the world of digital art in the environment of children's literature.
We hope you enjoy the interview!
Creativity has value. So much, in fact, in Italy at least once a week you can find an exhibition event dedicated to pop culture: comics, literature, cosplay. Yet event organisations complain about the poor professional quality of the artists who would like to participate.
Content is everything. On the one hand it generates profits in the tens of billions of dollars, yet those who create only find themselves with fake 'exposure', many promises, even more disappointments and no means to protect their work. Wouldn't it be worthwhile to abolish all copyright legislation?
We are here today with Luna, @lunaisanartist on Instagram and Twitter, to talk about their artistic journey and their work in the professional sphere! We hope you enjoy the interview, and we invite you to take a look at Luna's Instagram profile to view their work!