Center for Art Law

At the crossroads of visual arts and the law.

Corporate Sponsorship

The Center for Art Law brings together diverse groups of legal practitioners and students, artists and creative entrepreneurs, and many arts and culture professionals, forming part of a great art law community across all continents. With the support of companies, nonprofit organizations, and law firms that advance the art law space, the Center continues to grow its offerings by hosting educational programs and working with students and graduates from all over the United States, coming from schools such as Bowdoin College, Columbia, Harvard, Georgetown, Brown, New York University and Vanderbilt––just to name a few.

In 2021, for the third year in a row and with the help of our wonderful sponsors, the Center provided stipends to its class of Summer interns, both in the US and abroad. The Center’s archives are continually enriched by articles, handbooks and recordings for the benefit of the future legal talent serving artist and enrichment of the creative industries.

This year, the Center launched a second Visual Artists’ Legal Clinic and inaugurated the Judith Bresler Fellowship. We are planning to do so much more and we invite you to come with us on this journey.

With our operations now hybrid, with some of our interns working remotely and some in the office, we, like many other nonprofit organizations, have more challenges to overcome and we rely on the generous patronage of legal and financial industries. We need you to make our work go further and do more for the members of the art and law communities!

Here’s how you can become part of the Center for Art Law’s community:

Contribution of $1,000……………………………………………………………………….. Summer Intern Sponsor 

  • Sponsors one summer intern’s stipend and covers the associated educational expenses, such as CLEs, lunch/ talks, and clinical offerings. Learn more about the Summer Internship Fund.
  • Get prominent marketing on the website and newsletter for the duration of the internship (three months).
  • Receive one complimentary annual membership for unlimited access to our archives of over 1,000 articles and case summaries, plus free registration to the Center’s events ($100 value per membership).

Contribution of $5,000……………………………………………………………………………………. Art & Law Patron

  • Helps us build capacity to further our mission, programming, and offerings, including webinars, articles, and clinics.
  • Enjoy prominent marketing on the website, newsletter, and advertising materials for one year, including course materials distributed to attendees during online events.
  • Receive up to four complimentary memberships for unlimited access to our archives of over 1,000 articles and case summaries ($100 value per membership).

Contribution of $10,000…………………………………………………………..Judith Bresler Fellowship Sponsor

  • Help sustain the memory of Judith Bresler and support advancements in research and education in the field of arts and cultural heritage law for the duration of one academic year. Learn more about the Judith Bresler Fellowship.
  • Get prominent marketing on the website and newsletter for the duration of the Fellowship (one year) and be recognized as one of the donors to the Fellowship for the duration of the program.
  • Receive up to five complimentary memberships for unlimited access to our archives of over 1,000 articles and case summaries ($100 value per membership).

All of our sponsorships are customizable to meet yours and the Center’s common needs. Benefits include:

  • Advertisement of your organization or firm with strategic placement on the Center’s website, newsletter, and social media platforms.
  • Press releases that acknowledge your support of the Center’s programs, internships, and/or publications.
  • Regular updates on sponsor participation on social marketing tools, including Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter.
  • Email promotion to our members.
  • Feature in our publications, such as the Art & Law Auction catalogs, webinar handouts distributed to program attendees, online acknowledgements.

Want to hear more from our students and colleagues?

“I would have never imagined that I could still have a meaningful summer during Covid-19, so I am immensely grateful for the opportunity that was given to me by the Center to learn more about art law and the intricacies of the art world.”

Amber Lee, Summer 2020 Legal Intern
Florida University School of Law, J.D. 2021

“The Center for Art Law is one of the best resources in the art law industry for the in-depth analysis of significant developments, review of books/publications and informative presentations. The Center’s written content is top-quality, well-researched, informative, relevant and timely. Besides the written materials, the Center and its founder, Irina Tarsis, are known to put together excellent educational seminars on a wide range of topics from artists’ rights to cultural repatriation.

It is also particularly helpful to practitioners that the Center aggregates information on key art law events worldwide that are put together by other organizations. This feature make the Center a go-to resource for art law events. I would highly recommend that anyone in the art and art law industry should subscribe to the Center’s publications and make time to attend their events in order to stay up-to-speed with the developments and get the benefit of the Center’s research and analysis on the developing issues of significance

Jana S. Farmer, Advisory Board
Partner, wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, LLP

Interested in becoming a sponsor?

For inquiries, please contact Daphne Chen Mathews, Director of Development
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The Center for Art Law was founded in 2009 to advance knowledge of the visual arts and cultural heritage law and became incorporated as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in 2018. All donations are considered charitable contributions and are fully tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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From copyright and contract law to immigration law, authenticity issues, and Nazi-era looted art, the Center for Art Law offers training opportunities to artists, attorneys, students, and scholars to further protect art and cultural heritage

The Center for Art Law is a New York State non-profit fully qualified under provision 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Center does not provide legal representation. Information available on this website is purely for education purposes and should not be construed as legal advice.
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