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Here are the slides from the event, for more details on the event itself, just scroll down!
Executive Director Art Neill will be speaking at Intersections: Art and Law at the Border on Saturday, April 6 at 10am! He will be discussing intellectual property for artists in the digital age, including copyright, fair use, licensing, and some of the key issues that artists face on a global spectrum. The symposium will examine the intersection of art praxis and legal issues with a focus on the border region. Attendees will "explore, complicate, and expand our understandings of how art and law intermingle in form, ownership, exhibition and dissemination, as well as the public's relationship to art and art institutions through a legal lens."
701 B Street #110
San Diego, CA 92101
$15/ All-Day Pass, CLA Members, Students, and Seniors 65+
There is paid parking available across the street, as well as street parking in the surrounding area. We encourage attendees to make use of San Diego's public transit system.
This venue is wheelchair accessible.
The symposium is presented by California Lawyers for the Arts in collaboration with Thomas Jefferson School of Law's Public Interest Law Foundation
CALIFORNIA LAWYERS FOR THE ARTS
Since 1974, California Lawyers for the Arts works to strengthen the arts for the benefit of communities throughout California through educational workshops and events, as well as our Lawyer Referral Service, a free and low cost legal service for artists. sandiego@calawyersforthearts.
THE THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW PUBLIC INTEREST LAW FOUNDATION (PILF) is a member of Equal Justice Works. The public interest law organization is a registered non-profit 501(c)(3) and is composed of law students and alumni who are dedicated to raising awareness among people in the law profession about the value of making a commitment to public service legal work. Public Interest Law provides legal representation to people, groups, or individuals that are historically underrepresented in the legal system and strives to create more access to justice for all.
This event is a part of California's Arts, Culture & Creativity Month (ACCM) in April. For more info: californiansforthearts.org/