Center for Art Law

At the crossroads of visual arts and the law.

Getting Wise About Inspiration

Trademarks, copyrights, business formation, branding… As entrepreneurs, artists have a lot to think about and it can easily be overwhelming, especially when engaging in multiple practices. The law provides protection to some extent and artists are expected to navigate it carefully while pushing the boundaries of a sometimes rigid legal framework.  Join us for a conversation about business and legal considerations for multidisciplinary artists with “artepreneur” Signe Pierce and creative attorney Anibal Luque, moderated by Center for Art Law’s Founding Director Irina Tarsis.  Course Materials Disclaimer: This recording and the infor

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