The Art & Law Program

In summer 2015 I joined the Art & Law Program as Associate Director. After participating as a curatorial fellow and seminar leader, I’m thrilled to now work alongside Founder and Director Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento in further developing the program.

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The Art & Law Program (“The Program”) is a semester-long seminar series with a theoretical and philosophical focus on the effects of law and jurisprudence on cultural production and reception. An examination of how artistic practices challenge, rupture, and change the apparatus of law completes The Program. The Program consists of a nonpartisan community that aims to attract qualified individuals in the areas of visual art, architecture, writing, curating, and film. This list is non-exclusive. Artists with non-traditional practices are especially encouraged to apply, as are cultural producers interested in the cultural effects of law.