ART, ARTIFACT, ARCHITECTURE AND MUSEUM LAW
This course explores the myriad complex legal issues surrounding art, artifacts, architecture, and museums. The curriculum will delve into the ownership, preservation, and presentation of art, and the complex intersection of law, ethics, and public interest. This course will include topics such as provenance, cultural heritage law, copyright and intellectual property rights, architectural law, and the governance and regulation of museums and other cultural institutions.
To develop a comprehensive understanding of the legal issues associated with the preservation, display, sale, and replication of art and artifacts.
To understand the intricate regulations and laws related to architecture and the management of museums and other cultural institutions.
To gain a deeper appreciation of the intersection between art, cultural heritage, and the law.
To foster critical thinking on the balance between individual rights, cultural preservation, public interest, and international law in the context of art and museum law.