Monday, November 23, 2020
 

Applications for the spring 2021 Art & Law Program Now Being Accepted

APPLICATIONS FOR THE SPRING 2021 TERM ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED. The deadline for submitting your application to the Spring 2021 term is December 21, 2020. Application link via bio

Location, Dates, Times, Retreat

The Spring 2021 colloquium will take place on January 11, 2021 until April 12, 2021, each Monday night from 6pm EST to 9pm EST, and will be held via Zoom. Pending Covid-19 and travel restrictions, the Spring 2021 colloquium will conclude with a retreat where fellows will have a chance to come back to life and connect with Sergio as well as Program alumni and friends. At this time the retreat may take place in (a) Denniston Hill, (b) Marfa, Texas, (c) Austin, Texas, or (d) New York City.

Spring 2021 Topic

In the Spring 2021, the Program will primarily examine two concerns: (1) the effects of law on visual art, with a particular emphasis on the previous 20-years, and (2) the artist as corporation and the corporation as artist. We will question whether art is hindered or aided by the direct and indirect impact of law, legal discourse, and legal practice on art. In effect, we will discuss whether, and to what extent, artists should engage with the law, or, whether artists are better served by studying outlaw practices.

The colloquium will be led by Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento.

 

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