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Friday, August 08, 2014

Contract Negotiation for Artists

Life Is Art presents Art/Work Connections #22: Contract Negotiation for Artists with RKE Law Group

Most artists have no training in legal issues and often struggle in understanding complex contracts. Many artists do things without any sort of contract, opening themselves up to fraud and theft. Many artists have gotten taken advantage of at various times. Many of these situations could be avoided with just simple agreements. Learn how to how to read a contract and create the proper language to safeguard your rights. We will break this down and make it easy for everyone.

This workshop is being held Tuesday, August 12, from 6:30 pm-9:00 pm at Kroma Gallery (3670 Grand Avenue). Tickets are $10 at the door You can pre-register here.

Subject: Contracts and Legal Issues for Artists
Speaker: RKE Law Group
Monica Reyes, Alexandra Kontos, and Lisa Ehrenreich
Hashtag #ArtWorkCon

Schedule:
6:30-7:00, Registration
7:00-8:00, Seminar
8:00-9:00, Q&A Social Hour

Also, for artists looking for affordable studio space, come and meet Kroma! A new collective art space located on Grand Avenue in the heart of Coconut Grove consisting of 18 artists studios and a communal gallery space. Kroma’s mission is to serve as an affordable, contemporary space for artists, whose creative output will contribute to connecting the spirits of Coconut Grove’s rich past, present and future.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

In Florida there are excessive numbers of attorney's graduating from law school. In Florida there are excessive numbers of artist graduating from art schools. Presently, both groups are mostly unemployable. Who's going to produce the products and build the infrastructure the United States of America needs to survive these times? I'm an artist who's been in court 13 times & never lost. Any would-be artist can easily access the internet to pull up a simple straight-forward contract and if jilted can pay $400.00, to have their day in court - - - - why get yourself in a vise? Just tell the judge or jury the facts. After all you tell some attorney what happen and they [try] to repeat what you've told them, so do it yourself.

August 08, 2014 7:59 PM  

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