Seminars and Workshops
Learning about art and law can be a way to update your knowledge or learn new subject matter relevant to your area of practice. One-time and ongoing art law courses are available for private or public audiences.
I. One Time Courses and Presentations include:
- Intellectual Property for Artists: Copyright, Fair Use, Appropriation; Trademarks
- Contracts, Agreements, and Negotiation Strategies: Artist-Gallery, Public Art, Work-for-Hire
- Launching a Nonprofit Arts Organization: The Necessary Steps to Forming a Tax-Exempt 501(c)(3)
- Fiscal Sponsorships: Legal & Business Issues
- Legal Issues in Contemporary Art: Current Topics
- Employment, Internships, and Volunteers in the Arts
II. Law School for Visual Artists
The focus of this course is to introduce artists and arts professionals to the “must-know” legal and business issues that arise when making and exhibiting art.
Topics Covered include:
- Business Entities & Employment Law: Corps, LLCs, Employees, Independent Contractors, Internships
- Intellectual Property: Copyright, Trademark, Right of Publicity
- Contracts, Agreements, Negotiation Strategies: Consignments, Licensing, Commissions, Work-for-Hire, Releases and Waivers
- Nonprofit and Fiscal Sponsorships
- Freedom of Expression & Right of Privacy
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