Join us for an evening discussion of the legal issues artists face today led by Bruce A. Lehman. In his lecture titled “Fair Treatment of Artists under the Law” he will bring some of these matters to light and open up an important discussion for artists and non-artists alike.
ABOUT BRUCE A. LEHMAN
For the past 44 years, Bruce Lehman (Chairman and President of the International Intellectual Property Institute) has practiced law, advised lawmakers and made policy at the local, state, national and international levels in various capacities as a public servant, diplomat, attorney, and nonprofit executive. While he is best known for his role in shaping the development of intellectual property law both nationally and globally, his long career also included significant contributions in the areas of civil liberties, national security, health policy and public administration.
SEATING IS LIMITED. PLEASE RSVP BY SEPTEMBER 21 FOR A RESERVED SEAT.
Delores Young, Delores.Young@MobileMuseumofArt.com, 251.208.5203
This talk is part of a larger Director’s Series, which includes the following talks:
October 25 @ 6 p.m. | Howard Sutcliffe
“From Manchester to Montgomery: Textile Conservation in the UK & USA,” a lecture presented by Howard Sutcliffe, textile conservator with River Region Textile & Costume Conservation. RSVP by October 19.
November 15 @ 6 p.m. | Rod Bigelow
“Welcoming All: Launching a New Museum of American Art in the Heartland,” a lecture presented by Rod Bigelow, Executive Director of Crystal Bridges Museum of Art. RSVP by November 9.