ABCs of Art Law
Join the Dartmouth Lawyers Association and the Center for Art Law for a discussion on the ABCs of Art Law.
Art, its market, and its protection have been increasingly regulated, leading to a new generation of “art lawyers” who specialize in cultural heritage, art business, and artists’ rights.
A: Artifacts & Cultural Heritage | 1:05 – 1:30 PM
Amelia L. B. Sargent will provide an overview of legal frameworks for dealing with issues in cultural heritage law, including issues of preservation and restitution, and discussing current controversies.
B: Banking Rules as they relate to Art Market | 1:30 – 1:55 PM
Daphne Chen Matthews (Dartmouth College Class of ’97) will discuss banking practices as they apply to the art trade, as well as recent EU regulations to prevent money laundering and related U.S. efforts.
C: Copyright and Fair Use in Art | 1:55 – 2:20 PM
Matthew H. Giger (Dartmouth College Class of ’96) will outline the basics of copyright law as they apply to the visual arts, with a special focus on fair use and cases involving appropriation art.
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