I love being in the middle of the house. These are just a sampling of some of the pieces the challenge has inspired me to make. Come meet the Team and the Quilting Army. They are the raw, real research discussions. My tenure pieces were all about duration in one way or another. Still the Jukis. Regular people. I loved to quilt. It turned into so much more. I wanted to immerse myself in the quilting world. I'm Elizabeth Townsend Gard, and I'm a Professor of Law at Tulane University Law School. So, when the Dean of the law school asked me what my next project was, he said, to think carefully and do something I really wanted to do. But I wanted to go deeper. And I still try to quilt every night. I have taught at both QuiltCon and Houston Quilt Market, along with local guilds. We interviewed over 75 people related to sewing, science, and what was happening in our world. We've written books. It was faster. Just Wanna Quilt에 멤버 3,529명이 있습니다. I have two Juki machines -- an Exceed (low end model) and. And we have so many new plans for 2020-2021. See the latest Slate article). Eric is a superstar in the IP field, a professor at Santa Clara University School of Law. Spring Convergence , was accepted and shown at the Madison Quilt Expo in September of 2011. We talk about the quilting industry, copyright, being quilters, and why we quilt. Two years old on Feb 5, 2020. Help quilters learn copyright. There’s also a Just Wanna Quilt Facebook Group. Two years old on Feb 5, 2020. He said that he uses his blog to work on issues that later are incorporated into larger works. I actually forgot that I had promised them a quilt. And so, when the Dean asked me what my next project would be, I responded: So, that's a little about me. I've won awards. Quilt every day. The pile of quilts that taunt me to finish them...but that's part of the joy as well. What is Just Wanna Quilt? He came to my IP seminar and was talking about his writing process. The worst part? Two years old on Feb 5, 2020. We have started a Shop, a Long Army program (to teach long arming and sell Grace long arms), and so much more. 1.4K likes. I had no idea what I was getting myself into, and two years in, my life has been transformed in every possible manner. And then two other surprises happened. And "we". This is Jessica's Inventory Quilt. Research supplies were donated to the Copyright Research Lab for research purposes only, and are discussed on the podcast for purposes of understanding the product, the underlying intellectual property, and the world of quilting and quilt entrepreneurs. We have over 3200 members of the Quilting Army. I transitioned to Juki this summer. Here is, like fandoms, an ecosystem of both commercial and non-commercial uses, where people feel a personal connection to the work that they do, and where the economic stakes are high. Copyright Research Lab @ Tulane Law School. We have published books. New Episodes All The Time! In 2017, I became a full professor at Tulane Law School. The project continues. I had a feeling that there were some interesting copyright issues. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. I love FMQ, although I'm still a beginner. I coded by hand nearly every copyright law (historical ones included) of every country and dependency in the world. But it got me thinking... And so, when the Dean asked me what my next project would be, I responded: quilting and copyright. It sold for auction around $300! First, Hillary lost the election. I've added two longarms (Grace) to the space, which before Covid-19, had become a clubhouse where people came and played. This is the group that raises money to allow students to do non-profit and pro bono work in the summers. My sewing space has taken over the top half of the house. I wanted to understand the pain and joy of creation to better understand how copyright worked (or didn't work). It's simple. In 2017, I became a full professor at Tulane Law School. In conjunction, I'm writing a piece aimed at the copyright legal community to explain how my thinking about copyright has evolved through Just Wanna Quilt. I've been in school for a long time. We'll keep exploring why. This is the group that raises money to allow students to do non-profit and pro bono work in the summers. And quilt! I actually forgot that I had promised them a quilt. Create an account or log in to Facebook. And I I knew from my fanfiction copyright research work that Disney (the content owner) would not likely care that I donated a quilt from legally bought fabric to support pro bono law students. I love FMQ, although I'm still a beginner. I wanted to talk to quilters. This journey has not been alone. I thought that was incredibly brave. But this project is about me learning. Just Wanna Quilt में 3,388 सदस्य हैं. I've interviewed over 300 people--famous, regular quilters, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and even recipients of quilts. This began as a research project: the intersection of copyright and quilting: a podcast and a Facebook group . We also now have two kittens that help quilt. Who is interviewed? My sewing space has taken over the top half of the house. Again, an amazing journey. And who knows what is next? I've won awards. We have two Grace long arms. I became an expert. Understand the quilting world and the role of IP, and copyright in particular. Just Wanna Quilt: An … Just Wanna Quilt. Two years old on Feb 5, 2020. Before that, I earned my master's and a doctorate in Modern European history, focusing on gender, biography, and cultural history. We talk about the quilting industry, copyright, being quilters, and why we quilt. Go to her webpage www.jessicaquilter.com for more, and also go to her Instagram account @jessicaquilter She's awesome!!!! Two years old on Feb 5, 2020. Law review articles usually take a year to write, and that's focused on one aspect of a large subject. I've been asked to be on panels about podcasting. Before that, I earned my master's and a doctorate in Modern European history, focusing on gender, biography, and cultural history. A nd here's mine in progress. We talk about the quilting industry, copyright, being quilters, and why we quilt. A Research Podcast and So Much More.... Director, Dr. Elizabeth Townsend Gard Copyright Research Lab @ Tulane Law School. Quilters often want to show off their "room". Make friends! In 2017 I wrote: We live in an old converted duplex, and I've taken over what would normally be the "Dining Room" upstairs. This is the first project I've worked on that is all about, Before Just Wanna Quilt, I worked on a project called the ", Second, I made a quilt for the PILF auction at the law school.