Cultural heritage and Art law is a broad and fascinating field of law. It is interdisciplinary in nature and covers art in war and peace, antiquities and new technologies, books and folklore, underground and marine archaeology, architecture, treasure and finds, public and private sales, tax and insurance issues, and much, much more.
It helps to preserve our identity and operate as a skilled market player. Moreover, art objects’ record-setting prices make it a luxury sphere which never underestimates knowledgeable advice.
The seminar will cover four trending topics with world-level practicing experts from different environments.
- Time: 28 September
- Lecturers: Jean-Robert Gisler, Alessandro Chechi , Yaniv Benhamou, Kate Zilgalve
- Language of the course: English
- Place: Riga Gradute School of Law, Strēlnieku iela 4k-2, Rīga
- Early bird until 1 August: 195 EUR + VAT
- Regular rate until 20 September: 225 EUR + VAT
- RGSL Alumni rate: 175 EUR + VAT
For more details and to apply, please, contact course coordinator Paula Elksne – email@example.com, 28785615.
Art and Cultural Heritage Law is the current topic of particular interest of Riga Graduate School of Law. It comprises a broad specter of issues from antiquities through classical art to modern technologies. This knowledge helps professionals to upgrade their skills in the demanded, upmarket sphere, which is underdeveloped in the Baltic-Nordic region.
Since 2016 RGSL has realized a range of local and international projects in the field, some of them being:
Summer School for Scandinavian and Baltic students (Summer 2016) – http://artlaw.online/en/news/intensive-summer-course
Online educational resource on Art and Cultural Heritage Law (December 2016 – ongoing) – http://artlaw.online
The first intensive course for practitioners (January 2017) – http://artlaw.online/en/news/rgsl-successfully-held-the-first-seminar-for-practitioners
Elective course for bachelor students (March-April 2017) – http://artlaw.online/en/news/riga-graduate-school-of-law-offers-new-course-in-art-law