Thursday, October 18, 2018
 

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Art & Law Program now accepting applications for Fall 2018 term


The Art & Law Program seminar room at Cornell University's AAP in New York City.

The Art & Law Program seminar room at Cornell University’s AAP in New York City.

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Art & Law Program is now moving to a fall term starting this year, 2018. Applications for the fall 2018 term are now being accepted. The fall 2018 term will run from early September to mid-December 2018.

Application and application instructions available here.

The Art & Law Program is a seminar-colloquium that focuses on the study of law as a linguistic system, institutional force, and power structure, with a particular focus on how the discourses and practices of law and visual culture impact each other, self-governance, history, and culture.

The Program consists of a nonpartisan community that aims to attract individuals in the areas of visual art, architecture, criticism, art history, curating, and film. This list is non-exclusive. Artists with non-traditional cultural practices are especially encouraged to apply, as are cultural producers interested in the cultural effects of law.

Please help spread the word, and good luck!

 

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