Sponsored by the New England Chapter of the Copyright Society of the United States and Northeastern University School of Law


Thursday, November 10, 2016 | 5:30 - 7:30 PM 
Northeastern University School of Law
250 Dockser Hall

This provocative panel discussion focused on the challenges and hopeful future for public art and activism in light of a legal regime that remains stuck in outdated paradigms of intellectual property and market models. Two artists, a city art curator and an attorney discussed their personal experiences with public art projects, the interesting problems they have encountered and successes that could serve as models going forward.

Our venue for this discussion, Northeastern University, has been a leader in supporting public art over the past decade, reflecting its commitment to social justice and community activism.

We welcome lawyers from the CSUSA community and anyone who is interested in participating in this discussion, which will be part presentation and part brainstorming about how to support the public art of the future.

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Co-Chairs:

Jessica Silbey
Professor of Law, Northeastern University Law School

Aaron Silverstein
Attorney, Saunders and Silverstein

Light refreshments will be served. 

Questions? Email j.silbey@northeastern.edu

Moderator

Jessica Silbey
Professor of Law, Northeastern University School of Law  

Panelists:

Drew Esptein
Partner, Barker, Epstein & Loscocco

Karin Goodfellow
Director, Boston Art Commission, City of Boston

Jules Rochielle
Creative Director, NuLawLab, Northeastern University School of Law

Tania Bruguera
Fellow, Radcliff Institute for Advanced Study 

Location

Northeastern University School of Law