Taking into consideration recent socio-cultural and political-economic developments in art, law, and education, starting in the fall of 2019 the Program will transition to an intensive three-day colloquium that will focus on specific art and law topics.
In the fall 2019, the Program will examine artists’ legacies and artists’ estates through the lens of tangible and intangible property, contracts, moral rights, freedom of expression, and corporations. This will allow us to examine how sectors of the art industry— such as academia, the gallery system, for-profit and non-profit institutions, auction houses, curatorial practices, and law—impact the practices, definitions and controversies of contemporary art.
The fall 2019 three-day colloquium will take place on the weekend of October 25, 26 and 27, each day from 9am to 6pm. The three-day intensive will be held at the Cornell Art Architecture Planning headquarters at 26 Broadway in New York City.
The rolling-admissions application deadline is August 16, 2019. All application and Program information is available here: artlawprogram.com