New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts  in affiliation with the City of Santa Fe Community Gallery will present a series of panel discussions addressing issues related to the Artist as Entrepreneur.  The


The City of Albuquerque Public Art Program, the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, and New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts presents a series of panel discussions addressing issues related to art and

EXPERIMENTS IN SPACE AND LIGHT: A Conversation on Emergent and New Media Projects, Festivals and Collaborations in New Mexico

Join Panelists, experts and organizers in emergent and emerging media projects and festivals, including explorations into digital dome and outdoor light projection, and video installation. Panelists will discuss emergent, emerging and new

Sight, Sound and the Law: Common Legal Issues and Solutions in Audio Visual Production

A lecture for attorneys, producers and filmmakers on the legal issues that arise whenever depictions of people and the use of third-party copyrighted works take place in film and video, plus best

Join us for a two-day summit on the MUSIC BUSINESS at W21! Free and Open to the Public!

Join us for panel discussions and lectures covering branding, the future of music in Santa Fe, alternative revenue streams for musicians, the DJ Business, how to develop a press kit and book tours for small bands, music production, the state of

Art, Celebrity and Appropriation Panel

Saturday, Oct. 26 4-5 pm Evoke Gallery, 130 Lincoln Avenue, Santa Fe Richard Prince and Jay Z – what does it all mean?  “Art, Celebrity and Appropriation” is the subject of a

Art Outside of the Gallery: Alternative Models to Artistic Success? A Panel Discussion Hosted by the Photography Department of SFUAD

August 29, 6-8 p.m., Tipton Hall, Santa Fe Art Institute, 1600 St Michaels Dr, Santa Fe, NM. The art gallery exists as the main point of sale for most fine artists, the interface between the

Panelists Feed Back: Best Practices for the Modern Gallery-Artist Agreements

Peter Ives, Esq., Santa Fe City Councilor and Senior Counsel for The Trust for Public Land: Thank you Talia Kosh and Lawyers for the Arts for hosting with the City’s Community Gallery the panel

Meet Stephen Richter, NMLA Summer Intern

Stephen Daniel Richter, our 2013 Summer Intern, is bringing new skills to New Mexico Lawyers for the Arts. Stephen holds a bachelor’s degree in American Studies from San Francisco State University and

Panel: Public Art, Censorship, and the Visual Artists Rights Act – August 6, 2013, 6-8 pm

When is the censorship of art acceptable? What rights to artists have in relation to the destruction or alteration of their public art? This panel will cover the First Amendment to the