Speaker Katy Basile discusses the basics of NFTs for artists, writers, podcasters and makers
BIG SKY COMMUNITY LIBRARY
BIG SKY – The Friends of the Library are pleased to host Katy Basile for a talk on NFT Basics specifically for creative people on Friday, March 25 at 6 p.m. Basile is a partner at Reed Smith who specializes in digital and transformative technologies, trademarks and brand Protection, copyright, and 3D printing and additive manufacturing.
“Katy is highly regarded in her field, with a practice that encompasses all aspects of trademark law – from trademark and brand creation to trademark litigation,” wrote the Big Sky Community Library. “Her unique combination of private practice and in-house counsel experience allows her to provide strategic and targeted advice that is simultaneously comprehensive and pragmatic. Her in-house experience managing famous and unusual trademarks gives her a truly international perspective and practice.”
The Big Sky Community Library is located on 45465 Gallatin Road around the corner from Warren Miller Performing Arts Center.
Stop by the library to say hello! Current hours are Monday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Tuesday 4–8 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday 2–6 p.m.
About Big Sky Community Library
The Big Sky Community Library is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit supported by Big Sky Resort Tax and individual donations. Serving the Community since October of 2000, The Community Library provides library and computer services to locals and visitors to the area. With over 30,000 circulation items available along with ebooks and databases, patrons never go without a book to read or listen to. Newsbank, Rosetta Stone and OverDrive are just three of the newest popular items available for patron usage. A regular story time, Mondays at 10:30, provides parents an opportunity to expose their children to a variety of materials, Kindles, Lit Kits etc. Summer Reading programs for all ages are available as well as the One Book Big Sky community read and author visits for anyone interested.