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CREATIVE TIME--BRINGING CUTTING EDGE ART TO THE PUBLIC

Reminder: Register online at www.nysba.org/creativetime by September 8th

CREATIVE TIME--BRINGING CUTTING EDGE ART TO THE PUBLIC

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 | 6 pm - 8 pm

At the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
55 Fifth Avenue - Jacob Burns Moot Court Room,
(off lobby on the first floor) New York, NY
(between 12th and 13th Streets)

Co-sponsored by the EASL's Pro Bono and Fine Arts Committees along with the Cardozo Intellectual Property Program and Art Law Society

Program Description:
Creative Time is a cutting edge non-profit based in New York City that commissions innovative art in the public realm across all disciplines and across the globe. From the stunning Tribute in Light, the light installation which shines as an "ethereal surrogate for the absent towers," to Self-Roaming,the immersive and interactive cityscape created at Art Basel Miami Beach, Creative Time presents ground-breaking and challenging art that pushes culture into fresh new directions. Katie Hollander, Creative Time's Deputy Director, and Judith Church, Esq. from Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, counsel to Creative Time, will present several of their projects and discuss some of the fascinating legal issues involved in exhibiting public art.

Come hear this exciting program with visuals and join us for refreshments!

Registration:
$10 for EASL Members and Non-Cardozo Law Students
$20 Non-Members

Free for Cardozo Law Students (must sign up at ipprogram@yu.edu)
Please register at www.nysba.org/creativetime by September 8, 2010
THIS IS A NON-CLE EVENT

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