Holding Redlich and Arts Law: Employment Law, Festivals and the Arts


Holding Redlich and Arts Law: Contractor v Employee in the Arts event, 2018. Photo Patrick McCarthy, Arts Law.
Holding Redlich and Arts Law: Contractor v Employee in the Arts event, 2018. Photo Patrick McCarthy, Arts Law.

This half-day seminar is an excellent opportunity for museum and gallery managers, directors and public programmers to learn more about the trilling but perilous space of employment and festivals in the creative sector. The legal issues associated with festivals and employment can be daunting and cover a wide range of areas. This session will help you understand more about how the law works in this space and learn how to navigate this legal minefield in a sensible, practical way.

If you work in the sector, you will be amongst your fellow directors, festival organisers, managers and “arts people” all burning with the same sorts of questions. It’s also a great chance for lawyers and arts organisation representatives to network and, importantly, raise funds for Arts Law, your national community legal centre for the arts.

14 August, 2019

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