Join Krigel & Krigel on February 12th, 2015 as one of our attorneys, Steve Braun, presents and moderates a four-part panel discussing the process of soliciting, selecting, installing and maintaining public art.
Public Art: Paths to Satisfaction Event Details
Thursday, February 12, 2015
6:00PM to 8:00PM CST
3901 Main Street
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Kansas City Volunteer Lawyers & Accountants for the Arts: a nonprofit organization that provides legal and accounting assistance to qualifying artists and arts organizations from all creative disciplines
> The process of soliciting, selecting, installing and maintaining public art
> Copyright and contract issues
> The one percent for art program implemented by Kansas City and others
> Experiences with specific public art projects sponsored by governments, private businesses and individuals
> Plus, enjoy an uninhibited discussion of public art, substantial time for audience questions and reference material that will be available on DVD
> Steven J. Braun, Krigel & Krigel:
Steve has practiced art law for 15 years and will give an overview of current copyright and contractual issues, in a presentation entitled “A History of Public Art in the World in Two Minutes.” He will also moderate the panel discussion.
>Beth Nybeck and Matthew Dehaemers, artists:
Beth and Matthew both have work installed as public art across the United States and will describe their experiences and hopes for the future.
> Porter Arneill, artist and Public Art Administrator for Kansas City, Missouri
> April Bishop, Cultural Arts Coordinator for the City of Leawood, Kansas:
April will review the process, documentation and contracts involved in public art projects.
Register for Public Art: Paths to Satisfaction
Registration is free for KCVLAA members and $12 for non-members. Tickets are available online here. For more information, contact Steve Braun at email@example.com or 816-285-6013.
‘I am a Monument’ image: Copyright 2014 Sean Starowitz. Used with permission.
*This article is very general in nature and does not constitute legal advice. Readers with legal questions should consult with an attorney prior to making any legal decisions.