We were delighted to be invited last week to contribute to the excellent podcast series of attorney and artist, Stephanie Drawdy. Stephanie, an alumna of the IAL, will be familiar to many readers of the blog as she is a regular contributor, providing insight and comment on a range of topics, as well as having contributed to the recently published second edition of Museums and the Holocaust.
The podcast, Warfare of Art and Law, explores how justice can be obtained in the arts. The topics we discussed ranged from the unique role of the arts and culture in society to recent US copyright cases and the restitution of colonial era artefacts. We also took a look at the hot topic of NFTs – on which, watch this space, as we’ll be examining some current debates which that complex area has raised in the coming days.
It was our pleasure to chat with Stephanie about these fascinating topics and to hear her perspective too. You can tune into our discussion here, and be sure to scroll through the podcast’s back catalogue whilst you’re there. It provides an extensive breadth of commentary on a whole range of art law issues, with in-depth interviews interspersed with bite-size ‘glances at culture’ highlighting current stories and events.
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