CoPA and MARN Art + Culture Hub present:
An Evening with Daniel Kattman I The 411 on NFTs
Tuesday, January 11th via Zoom
6:00P Announcements I 6:15P Daniel Kattman
Meeting is open to CoPA, and MARN Members and Students
Zoom Link: https://marnarts-org.zoom.us/j/86191049898?pwd=TTh4dVBvcmF4QWppNm9XSithNDcyZz09
Meeting ID: 861 9104 9898
CoPA presents intellectual property attorney Dan Kattman who will begin by explaining the Non-Fungible Token (NFT); what it is, how it’s made and why it matters to all visual artists. The second half of Dan’s presentation will cover legal and copyright issues relating to NFTs. At the end of Dan’s presentation there will be a lively Q&A.
CoPA Members will receive a follow-up email with the link, code and password for the Zoom meeting. If you do not receive this follow-up email and are interested in attendng, please contact Erin via email – Webster@copamilwaukee.com by 4P on Tuesday, January 11th.
Dan Kattman Bio
Although Dan has spent much of the past twenty years at a desk practicing law, he is most comfortable off the beaten path exploring remote locations by foot, motorcycle or jeep. In addition to restoring motorcycles and classic German sports cars, Dan’s past-times include studying topographic maps and archeological surveys of the Western United States, and then organizing backcountry backpacking, motorcycling, or off-road expeditions to these locations.
Before being sidelined by the pandemic, Dan’s last excursion was a 4-day backpacking trip with his brother in Grand Gulch, Utah where they explored ancient Anasazi ruins and petroglyphs hidden in one of the most remote parts of the United States. While Dan loves photography and has taken one or two decent photos in his lifetime, he will be the first one to admit that his wife is a much better photographer. Dan is a big fan of Fuji’s X-series of mirrorless cameras and lenses and has recently started using DJI-brand gimbal and drone products.
MARN ART + Culture HUB
191 N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202
MARN is located in the Historic Third Ward of Milwaukee, WI, the traditional Potawatomi, Ho-Chunk and Menominee homeland where the people of Wisconsin’s sovereign Anishinaabe, Ho-Chunk, Menominee, Oneida and Mohican nations remain present.