Center for Art Law

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Workshop on Public Art Commissions: Creations, Contracts and Clauses

From sculptures to murals, public art has become a staple in the communities and a big part of the city scapes. However, various logistical details and nuances behind the creation, installation, protection of these works of art can seem like a bit of a mystery and a lot like a headache. Following on the well-received webinar "Heavy Lifting in Public Art," the Center for Art is pleased to present the a workshop on contracts for public art commissions taught by Rose DeSiano, an accomplished public artist, photographer and sculptor. This workshop will offer examine the process of creating and mounting public art installations, review gallery-related structures connected to public art, as wel

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