Center for Art Law

At the crossroads of visual arts and the law.

Blockchain and Art Provenance

Center for Art Law invites you to the new series of events, Some Like it Digital, as the art world glows bright hot with possibilities promised by everything computers (AI, ML, NFT, R2D2). If there's a buzz word for this past decade it has got to be 'blockchain'. But, even with its general popularity some still wonder - what is it?! What does it do? WHERE is it? And in our circles - how does this affect the art and legal landscape? Join Lars Schlichting, Tim Kompanchenko and Irina Tarsis for a conversation on the disruptive or business as usual applications of blockchain in the art law world. Together we will explore topics of provenance and the evidentiary applications that blockcha

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