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Seeing All the Angles: Legal Issues in Visual Art Transactions

PSGNA

Join Washington Lawyers for the Arts on Wednesday, May 27 at 12pm for a workshop on art transactions at Regus South Lake Union. WLA has extended PSGNA members a special ticket price- only $12. Get tickets or more info hereInfo on discount below. 
In this workshop Alison Ivey, in-house counsel at Vulcan Inc., and Rachel Bunker of Ironmark Law Group, PLLC, will explore legal issues that arise in various transitions involving visual art including sales, loans, commissions and consignments. Moving beyond these core issues, our presenters will also examine legal updates, hot issues and new trends in the art market. 

About the presenters...

Alison Ivey is Deputy General Counsel at Vulcan Inc. where she advises Vulcan’s art group on a wide variety of contractual and compliance matters relating to art transactions. Alison is also an adjunct professor of law at Seattle University where she teaches The Law and Business of Art & Cultural Heritage. Alison is a member of the board of directors of Washington Lawyers for the Arts and a frequent presenter on art-related legal topics. Alison earned her law degree, magna cum laude, from Seattle University School of Law.

Rachel Buker is an intellectual property attorney with Ironmark Law Group in Seattle, Washington. Her law practice is focused primarily on trademark and copyright matters. Rachel counsels artists, writers, start-ups, nonprofits, and multinational companies regarding intellectual property strategy and enforcement. Additionally, Rachel serves as co-vice chair of board of directors for Washington Lawyers for the Arts and on the Emerging Issues Committee of the International Trademark Association. Rachel earned her J.D. cum laude from Lewis & Clark Law School and her B.F.A. from Massachusetts College of Art. She is a multiple award-winning legal writer and a contributing author to the international art law blog Art & Artifice.


How do I get the discounted price on the site?
Click the orange button that says "Get Tickets"
Enter the quantity of tickets you desire under the "Artists" drop-down box
In that same screen, type in NorthwestArt15 as your password or discount code and hit "Show Available Tickets"
The screen will then change to show the discounted option.
Change your option to PSGNA to get the special $12 pricing for PSGNA members 
Choose your delivery option 
Click Add to Cart and check-out