The Institute of Art and Law (UK) is collaborating with The Canadian Museums Association and Library and Archives Canada to offer a three-day course on Art, Law and Collections Management!
The course aims to provide comprehensive training on art law and cultural property law, which will cover the legal issues relating to collections management. The topics to be covered include intellectual property, ethics, repatriation and restitution issues, international conventions, title claims, institutional acquisition, the legal distinction between gifts and loans, and the resolution of cultural disputes through alternative means.
You will recognize the Assistant Director of The Institute of Art and Law, Alexander Herman, as a member of The Art & Law Collective's International Committee.
The course is geared primarily towards museum, gallery, library and archives professionals.
To access the complete course programme and registration information, please visit the Canadian Museums Association's website.