Art and Law: Copyright Basics for Artists
Join Louise Carron, Executive Director at the Center for Art Law, for a workshop covering the basics of copyright law as it applies to visual artists, including copyright registration, works made for hire, and moral rights. The format will be open and allow for questions.
ABOUT THE CENTER FOR ART LAW
The Center for Art Law is a Brooklyn-based nonprofit organization at the crossroads of the visual arts and the law. Its mission is to provide training and insights into the multidisciplinary field of art law by ensuring that legal resources related to visual arts and cultural heritage are centrally aggregated and easily accessible. The Center serves artists and students, academics and legal practitioners, collectors and dealers, government officials and professionals in related fields around the world. As part of its research and education mission, it operates in three capacities: through its website; via a monthly electronic newsletter; and with a range of cultural and educational events including conferences, studio tours, and film screenings.
- Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, "The Creation of Adam" (detail), c. 1512.