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Three Cases Every Artist Should Know....and update



You know that you need to understand more about your legal rights. You want to protect your work and avoid problems. Where to start? Would you like to learn how to protect your work? Seeking guidance as to how to use work that is out there, or how to protect your work from distortion or mutilation? If so, this is the course for you. This webinar will give visual artists an introduction to these basic ARTISTS' RIGHTS in plain English -- no legalese. 

In this free webinar, you will get an introduction to three important areas of the law that govern visual art. 

This webinar is now fully booked. Please click here to sign up for the waiting list to be informed of any cancellations.

Presenter: Carol Steinberg, Faculty, School of Visual Arts; Attorney in New York City and East End of Long Island

Location: Zoom Webinar Platform

Questions: learning@nyfa.org

The online workshops will be recorded and shared with all previously registered participants after the session concludes. It will be available for viewing up to one month after the workshop date. 

This legal webinar is a guide and is for general informational purposes only; it does not provide any specific legal advice nor create an attorney-client relationship.

Presenter bio:

Carol J. Steinberg has practiced art, copyright, and entertainment law in New York City and on the East End of Long Island for over twenty years. She is a Member of the Faculty of the School of Visual Arts, where she teaches courses on artists' rights. Carol is a co-chair of the Fine Arts Committee of the State Bar's Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Section and a member of the City Bar's Art Law Committee, where she chaired the sub-committee on Artists' Rights. She is also a member of the East Hampton Arts Council, the Fine Arts Federation, and ALAI (international artists' rights organization founded by Victor Hugo).www.carolsteinbergesq.com.

This program is part of NYFA Learning, which includes professional development for artists and arts administrators. Sign up for NYFA’s free bi-weekly newsletter to receive updates on future programs. Please consider donating to NYFA if you like our programs and events.

Image Detail: Dave Hardy (Fellow in Crafts/Sculpture '17); "Destiny;" 2014; glass, cement, polyurethane foam, tint, tape, pen, marker, glue stick, and pretzel