Marianne Magnin

Artwork DIDs: Empowering Artists with Blockchain and Web3

A Talk by Marianne Magnin (Executive Director, Art Identification Standard (AIS))

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About this Talk

Marianne Magnin's talk will provide valuable insights into the world of Artwork DIDs, how they empower artists, and the transformative potential of Web3 in the art industry. It will be an engaging and informative session for artists and their supporters eager to navigate the evolving landscape of digital art and blockchain technology.

For artists and their supporters, artwork DIDs offer the foundation for better protected rights, legacy and enhanced reach. This interactive conversation will explore a range of use cases and how web3 is expected to help alleviate plain points in a studio lifecycle.

Introduction (5 minutes)

  • Welcome and introduction of Marianne Magnin from Art Identity Standard (AIS).
  • Brief overview of the significance of Artwork DIDs in the context of artists and the art world.
  • Set the stage for the talk and its relevance to artists and their supporters.

Section 1: Understanding Artwork DIDs (10 minutes)

  • Definition of Artwork DIDs (Decentralized Identifiers) and their role in the art industry.
  • How Artwork DIDs enable better protection of artists' rights and their artistic legacy.
  • Explanation of how AIS leverages blockchain technology to create and manage Artwork DIDs.

Section 2: Empowering Artists with Blockchain (10 minutes)

  • Explore how blockchain technology empowers artists and creators in the digital age.
  • Discuss how artists can have greater control over their digital assets and intellectual property through blockchain.
  • Highlight AIS's innovative approach to utilizing blockchain for Artwork DIDs and digital identity management.

Section 3: Real-World Use Cases (15 minutes)

  • Present a range of use cases where Artwork DIDs and blockchain technology are already making a difference in the art world:Provenance and Ownership Tracking: Artists benefiting from verifiable ownership history.
  • Secure Digital Sales and Royalties: Transparent and automatic royalty payments.
  • Authentication and Certification: Resolving high-profile art authentication cases.
  • Global Art Collaboration: Cross-border collaborations made possible by blockchain.
  • Art Lending and Temporary Ownership: Secure management of temporary art loans.
  • Legacy Preservation: Ensuring the enduring legacy of artists.
  • Community Engagement and NFT Auctions: Connecting artists with their communities through blockchain.

Section 4: Web3 and the Studio Lifecycle (5 minutes)

  • Explain the concept of Web3 and its relevance to artists and studios.
  • Discuss how Web3 technologies, combined with blockchain and Artwork DIDs, can alleviate pain points in the studio lifecycle.
  • Highlight the potential for Web3 to create a more transparent and equitable art ecosystem with AIS at its core.

Interactive Discussion (5 minutes)

  • Open the floor for questions and comments from the audience.
  • Encourage participants to share their thoughts on Artwork DIDs, blockchain, and Web3 in the art world.
  • Foster a dynamic and engaging conversation among attendees.

Conclusion and Key Takeaways (5 minutes)

  • Summarize the key points discussed during the talk.
  • Reiterate the benefits of Artwork DIDs and blockchain technology for artists and their supporters.
  • Emphasize AIS's commitment to advancing the use of blockchain and Web3 in the art industry.

Closing Remarks (2 minutes)

  • Express gratitude to the audience for their participation and engagement.
  • Provide contact information for further inquiries or follow-up discussions.
  • Invite attendees to connect with Art Identity Standard and explore the innovative solutions AIS offers to artists in the blockchain and Web3 space.

This comprehensive talk will provide valuable insights into the world of Artwork DIDs, how AIS utilizes blockchain technology, and the transformative potential of Web3 in the art industry. It will be an engaging and informative session for artists and their supporters eager to navigate the evolving landscape of digital art and blockchain technology with AIS.


27 November 2023, 02:00 PM

02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

About The Speakers

Marianne Magnin

Marianne Magnin

Executive Director, Art Identification Standard (AIS)

Marianne has a Master of Science from Kedge business school and gained further education at INSEAD, Harvard, King's College and Goldsmiths, University of London.

Marianne Magnin

Moderators

Carlita Cash

Carlita Cash

Founder, Afri+Tech

Carlita Cash is a digital entrepreneur in network marketing and digital-currency.


Kelly McCray

Kelly McCray

Art Consultant, Art Barrage

MFA, York University


Vandana Taxali

Vandana Taxali

Founder, Artcryption

Stickerbeat

Main Sponsor

Canada Council for the Arts

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts

Main Sponsor

Artcryption

Artcryption helps creative monetize and safeguard their assets while protecting their IP.

Main Sponsor

Cultural Policy Hub, OCADU

Main Sponsor

Fineline

Fineline is an artist collective, marketplace and more.

Main Sponsor

Art Identification Standard

Art Identification Standard is a non-profit developing a universal standard or unique identifier for artworks leveraging blockchain technology.

Main Sponsor

Nexus Nodes

Empowering the Web3 Ecosystem with Legal Knowledge

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