Art/Law Features and Related Events

Art For Your World WWF 1 October – 30 November 30 2021

www.artforyourworld.com Instagram / #ArtForYourWorld Art world goes green to support WWF action on climate crisis. As part of its 60th anniversary programme, WWF has joined forces with curatorial practice Artwise to launch Art For Your World, a new movement to engage the art world in raising funds and awareness needed to combat the climate and…

HOME TRUTHS Multi Screen Installation and Community Listening Project Vincent Dance Theatre Brighton 25 October – 6 November 2021

HOME TRUTHS multi-screen film installation  & Community Listening Project (16+ unless accompanied by an adult.) WHAT – FREE Bookable 2-hour creative sessions (max 15 in a group) WHEN – Monday 25th to Saturday 6th November 2021 – change to specific dates /times WHERE – Vincent Dance Theatre, Level 8, Unit C North, New England House, New England…

Lawrence Abu Hamdan The Witness-Machine Complex Kunstverein Nürnberg 16 September – 14 November 2021

The Witness-Machine Complex Lawrence Abu Hamdan 16. September bis 14. November 2021 Kunstverein Nürnberg For more information see here.

Serpentine Galleries R&D Platform Legal Lab Discussion 12:00 BST Tuesday 7 September 2021

7 September at 12:00 BST we bring you a discussion around the recently-published Legal Lab Report 1: Art + Tech/Science Collaborations. The report documents the Lab’s findings from survey and interview-based research and makes recommendations about how the law can better support collaborations across art, science and technology. Join Victoria Ivanova, R&D Strategic Lead, Alana Kushnir, Legal Lab Principal Investigator,…

Festival of Conversations Ideas and Performances Institute for International Law and the Humanities Melbourne Law School 3 August – 14 October 2021

It’s hard to believe, but Melbourne Law School’s Institute for International Law and the Humanities (IILAH) is now 15 years old. This seems like an excellent reason to celebrate, and to bring a touch of pleasure and conviviality after a (long) year of alienation. So, members of the IILAH community have decided to come together…

Tomashi Jackson’s The Land Claim Parrish Art Museum 11 July – 7 November 2021

Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim July 11—November 7, 2021 Centered on the historic and contemporary lived experiences of Indigenous, Black, and Latinx families on the East End of Long Island, the exhibition speaks to how issues of housing, transportation, livelihood, migration, and agriculture link these communities. Tomashi Jackson: The Land Claim is a multi-part exhibition…

Baa’s Gold by Hetain Patel The Copperfield Gallery 12 September – 23 October 2021

H E T A I N   P A T E L  :  B A A ‘ S   G O L D Opening Wednesday 15 September, 6 – 9 pm The exhibition runs Wed – Sat, 12 – 6pm until 23 October 2021 Baa’s Gold is a deeply personal, first exhibition of paintings from Hetain Patel (Bolton,…

New Performing Law Podcast

The Performing Law podcast series features interviews with practitioners and scholars working in the intersections of law and performance. This podcast series is made possible through the support of the Australasian Association for Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies (ADSA Ltd) through the 2021 Research Support Scheme.   Please follow on Soundcloud for access to recordings.

CfP Law and Love (in and beyond Pandemic Times): Images and Narratives Histories and Cultures Conference of Law Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia Deadline 16 August 2021

USC School of Law and Society is proud to host the 2021 conference of the Law, Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia – Law and Love (in and beyond Pandemic Times): Images and Narratives, Histories and Cultures. SUBMIT A PAPER OR PANEL PROPOSAL BY 16 AUGUST 2021 MONDAY, 29 NOVEMBER – THURSDAY, 2 DECEMBER…

Counterpoint Arts Learning Lab: Collaborative Arts Diversity and Social Justice Publication

  Counterpoint Arts are pleased to publish the Learning Lab: Collaborative Arts, Diversity and Social Justice in partnership with CREATE – National Development Agency for Collaborative Arts (Ireland). This event brought together artists, activists, policymakers and racial justice/ human rights advocates and activists, to think about how we might put the principles around ‘equality, diversity…

Radha D’Souza and Jonas Staal’s Court for Intergenerational Climate Crimes September 24 2021–January 16 2022

Radha D’Souza and Jonas Staal Court for Intergenerational Climate Crimes September 24, 2021–January 16, 2022 Framer Framed Oranje-Vrijstaatkade 71 1093KS Amsterdam The Netherlands press@framerframed.nl framerframed.nl Instagram / Facebook / YouTube September 24, 2021: Inauguration of the Court for Intergenerational Climate Crimes(CICC) The CICC is a collaboration between Indian academic, writer, lawyer and activist Radha D’Souza…

The Serpentine Future Art Ecosystems: Art x Metaverse (FAE2) and Legal Lab Report 1: Art + Tech/Science Collaborations

Future Art Ecosystems: Art x Metaverse (FAE2) and Legal Lab Report 1: Art + Tech/Science Collaborations Two reports that outline potential paths for the future of the cultural sector futureartecosystems.org www.serpentinegalleries.org Instagram / Facebook / Twitter This second issue of Future Art Ecosystems was prepared as the world was coming to grips with a major…

CfP The Borders of Art: Migration, Mobility, and Artistic Practice 1 July 2021

The Borders of Art: Migration, Mobility, and Artistic Practice Edited by Dina A Ramadan and Sarah Rogers Abstract The 21st century has witnessed an undeniable and widespread prevalence of the refugee, the migrant, the stateless, and the politically displaced—categories produced by global capitalism’s uneven distribution of resources. Together, with the continued violence against communities of color worldwide,…

Call out from Migrants in Culture – Resources for Migrant Culture Workers & Hostile Environments New Testimonies 30 June 2021

Call out 1: resources for migrant culture workers At Migrants in Culture we are developing a migrant resource pack: a document collecting and connecting existing sources of information and support for migrants working in culture. We are inviting our fellow migrants to contribute to the pack: let us know about organisations, programmes or resources that…

The Art and International Law Laboratory 21-22 October 2021

[Masterclass] The art and international law laboratory Date: 21 – 22 October 2021 Fee: € 995,- € 495,-(Students and NGO-workers) Venue: T.M.C. Asser Instituut, The Hague This Masterclass will expand your legal toolbox with insights from the arts and visual studies. It will provide you with an overview of contemporary research in the field of…

Cloud Studies Forensic Architecture The Whitworth Gallery 2-18 July 2021

From Palestine to Beirut, London to Indonesia and the US–Mexico border, Forensic Architecture investigate, explore and expose how power reshapes the very air we breathe in this urgent and compelling exhibition. 2 July-18 July The Whitworth Free – ticket required Continues at the Whitworth until 17 October BOOK NOW VIA THE WHITWORTH Tear gas clouds…

Birth Rites Collection Virtual Tours

Dear all, Join us for virtual tours of the Birth Rites Collection filmed onsite at Guy’s Campus, King’s College London, and led around over zoom by Hermione Wiltshire and Ellie Featherby (BRC tour leaders). A zoom link will be sent 24 hours before the tour is due to start . Hermione Wiltshire is an Artist…

ALN ‘HOMEing’ Summer Series Projects and Call for Submissions 14 June 2021

ALN ‘HOMEing’ Online Summer Seminar Series Migrants in Art / Art, Law and the Border We have two exciting calls for submissions to take part in the Online Summer Seminar Series through the group Migrants in Art and Art, Law and the Border. Follow the links to see how you can participate, the sessions will…

CfP Agency of the Artist/Scholar Stream Critical Legal Conference Dundee 2021

This stream invites presentations that explore the figure of the artist-scholar.  The agency of the artist-scholar is almost always post-contemporary. It engages with arts and literature (sensorial and textual knowledge) across time-senses. When it does break through the norms of its time (in which it nonetheless co-resides), the resulting tension with other events closer to…

Rainbow Family Law Seminar Critical Legal Thinking and Warwick Centre for Critical Legal Studies

Continuing Critical Legal Thinking’s seminar series in conjunction with the Warwick Centre for Critical Legal Studies, we are excited to have a paper from Sara Ramshaw of  University of Victoria Faculty of Law, Canada. Her research explores arts-based approaches to law and legal pedagogy and she is particularly interested in the relationship between improvised artistic…

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