Department of the History of Art – University of California, Riverside

art historyIn the field of visible arts, the circulation of devoted reproductions of works within the public domain contributes to the entry to and promotion of culture, and the access to cultural heritage. In the digital surroundings, the protection of such reproductions through copyright or associated rights is inconsistent with the expiry of the copyright protection of works. In addition, variations between the national copyright laws governing the protection of such reproductions give rise to authorized uncertainty and affect the cross-border dissemination of works of visible arts within the public domain. Certain reproductions of works of visible arts in the public domain should, due to this fact, not be protected by copyright or related rights.

Interested in an Art History major? With its broad emphasis on culture and historical past and its concentrate on writing, evaluation, and analysis, History of Art and Architecture provides a wonderful liberal arts degree for students

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