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1. Master of Law (LL.M.) In Art Law, Luiss School of Law, Rome
The Luiss school of Law is offering a new English language LL.M. in Art Law, which will “comprehensively addresses all the various legal issues involved in the overall regulation of the art sector.” Classes will be held on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings and the programme spans one academic year.
When: Early Bird registration by 15 June.
Where: Luiss School of Law, Rome, Italy
Cost: 8,550 Euro
More Info: https://lsl.luiss.it/offerta-formativa/art-law
2. Experto en Derecho del Arte y del Patrimonio, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
UAM is offering this interesting degree programme in art and cultural heritage law. Taught in Spanish, the programme focuses on art and cultural heritage law at both a Spanish and a European level.
When: September 2021 to May 2022
Where: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Cost: 2,750 Euro
More Info: http://www.uam.es/CentroFormacionContinua/EX_Derecho_arte_patrimonio/1446815185895.htm?language=es_ES&nDept=5&pid=1446755564845&pidDept=1446778862287
3. Diploma in Art Profession Law and Ethics, Course, Online
Hosted by the Institute of Art and Law, “this intensive, interactive course is designed to introduce both art professionals and lawyers to the specific legal risks and safeguards that underpin all art transactions. It covers buying and selling, lending and borrowing, donating and accepting, disposing and giving away. It will also teach how to avoid legal trouble and how to get the legal advantage. “
When: One Saturday a Months starting 5 June 2021
Cost: £1,800, discounts are available for IAL and UKRG members
More Info: https://ial.uk.com/courses/diploma-in-art-profession-law-and-ethics/
4. Diploma in Intellectual Property and Collections, course, Online
This course, hosted by the Institute of Art and Law, will introduce the basics of intellectual property (IP) and show how IP rights can relate to other tangible rights as they relate to the art world.
When: 23, 24, and 25 June 2021
Cost: £960.00, Discounts are available for IAL and UKRG members
More Info: https://ial.uk.com/courses/diploma-in-intellectual-property-and-collections/
5. Cross-border Transfer of Cultural Objects: the Law, Challenges and Practice, Summer School, The Hague
What an amazing line up of speakers for this summer school, co-hosted by Leiden, Erasums, and Delft. The school aims to be held in person, but the virus will determine what actually happens. Here’s hoping I (we) can be there in person!
When: 23–26 August
Where: The Hauge, Netherlands (possibly online)
Cost: 550 Euro for University Students, 650 for others
More Info: https://www.globalheritage.nl/education-training/summer-school-2021
6. Provenance Research: Debating a Practical Science, Conference, Online
The Swiss Institute for Art Research and the Swiss Association for Provenance Research are hosting this event to stimulate exchange between different stakeholders working in the provenance field.
When: 3–4 June 2021, Register by 28 May 2021
More Info: https://www.sik-isea.ch/en-us/News/News/Events/Details/veranstaltung/2715
7. Art & Cultural Heritage Law – Australian & International Perspectives, Course, Online
Professor Lucas Lixinski is hosting this short course which will take the form of a series of webinars. It will cover such diverse topics as First Nations heritage spaces and NFTs. CPD units available.
When: Aug/Sept 2021
Cost: $660 AUD
More Info: https://unswedge.mygo1.com/p/#/app/course-view/36140177/overview?instance=11504159
8. Protecting Cultural Heritage in a Global Pandemic, Conference, Darlington UK (Online?)
The International Arts and Antiquities Security Forum is hosting this conference focused on the security issues related to COVID 19. Note that staff working directly with the arts, antiquities and cultural heritage sector will have free access to this conference.
When: 23–24 June 2021
Where: Mercure Darlington Kings Hotel, Darlington, UK (also online?)
Cost: £0 – £36
More Info: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/iaasf-conference-2021-protecting-cultural-heritage-in-a-global-pandemic-tickets-125866266391
9. Ethics of online research into illicit trade of cultural &natural resources, Call for Papers, Online
The organisers of this conference invite papers that explore the digital trafficking networks of cultural and natural resources and the ethics of monitoring them. Also, you can sign up to attend!
When: 30 June Abstract submission, conference 5–6 August.
More Info: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ethics-of-online-research-into-illicit-trade-of-cultural-natural-resources-tickets-155948304577
10. Fakes in the Art Market: International Research Workshop, Online
A great selection of speakers taking on different aspects of “fake” in the art market. “Art market scholars, including economists, art historians, sociologists, management and marketing scholars, historians, among the others”
When: 21 June 2021
More Info: https://artmarketfakesworkshop.wordpress.com/
11. Provenance Research on Collections from Colonial Contexts. Principles, Approaches, Challenges, Conference, online
Landesmuseum and University of Hanover are hosting this conference which will focus on ” principles, challenges and approaches of provenance research on objects from colonial contexts”
When: 21–23 June 2021
More Info: https://www.postcolonial-provenance-research.com/conference/
12. The Goldschmidt auction & the Development of the Modern Auction Market 1954-1965, Lecture, Online
Dr Alycen Mitchell will be speaking about how this auction changed the art auction landscape.
When: 1 June 2021, 18:30–19:45 CEST
More Info: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/university-of-edinburgh-collecting-and-art-market-research-cluster-tickets-133866938617