The Arts and Law Conference returns for a second year on 23rd August and will be exploring the theme of festivals.
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About Arts and Law Conference - The Festival Edition: Taking Risks & Playing It Safe
Returning for a second year, Visiting Arts and Anderson Strathern bring together professionals from the arts and legal sectors for a lively and informative event during the Edinburgh Festivals, addressing the legal implications of international work and collaboration, intellectual property, and the digital landscape.
For 2017 we explore the theme of festivals and discuss how to create the perfect balance of an inspiring and memorable programme with the right measures in place to support the smooth running for both organisers and participants.
Meet and connect with professionals in both fields, and have the opportunity to ask any burning legal questions you have on the topic!
Venue: Anderson Strathern, 1 Rutland Court, Edinburgh, EH3 8EY
9.30 Welcome introduction
9.40 Preparation and Promotion - Fiona Killen, Parliament & Public Law, Anderson Strathern
10.00 Employment Status: Employees, Volunteers, and Contractors - Barry Nichol, Employment, Discrimination & Equality/Education, Anderson Strathern
10.40 The Fringe Society: Open Access and Freedom of Expression - Lyndsey Jackson, Head of Operations, Fringe Society
11.00 Sonica Festival - Cathie Boyd, Artistic Director and Founder, Cryptic & Claire Moran, Producer, Cryptic
11.20 Panel open discussion with audience questions
Stay for networking with drinks and nibbles after the event.
Visiting Arts' events during the Edinburgh Festivals 2017 are supported by Creative Scotland.
(Image: Between Music’s Aquasonic, presented at Tramway, Glasgow from 26-28 Oct as part of Sonica 2017. Photo: Per Victor)
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