Are you thinking critically about your intent or are you stealing from the internet?

Pat’s talk explores how small businesses and independent artists deal with an environment that feels incredibly stacked against them. With the speed of our communications tools, the context of every creative person’s work is often stripped instantly, and their ownership of it erased. Have you thought lately about how you’re using stuff you find on the internet?

About the speaker

Pat Castaldo is a reformed graphic designer, passable computer programmer, semi-professional pinball player, small business person and seasoned problem solver who’s worked closely with independent artists for over 20 years.

He co-founded, helped design the Apple-award winning Endicia for Mac shipping software, and actively curates the Land Gallery in Portland. In the 90s, he worked on record covers for labels like K and Kill Rock Stars, and for bands like Modest Mouse and Built to Spill. He’s had as many as 25 pinball machines in his basement.

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