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Category: Copyright & Art Law

How to Make a Certificate of Authenticity for your Art

How to Make a Certificate of Authenticity for your Art

Certificates of Authenticity are documents artists and makers use to authenticate the artworks they produce and sell. This week’s post answers common questions about certificates of authenticity and how you can make your own. Do I really need to make them, I don’t have many…

Your Copyright Rights

Your Copyright Rights

When you create a work of art, your work is automatically protected with copyright rights, even without registering an official copyright claim with the Copyright Office. Oftentimes, we have to learn about copyright laws when our copyright has been infringed upon. This week’s blog post…

7 Legal Details of Gallery Contracts

7 Legal Details of Gallery Contracts

Working with galleries often means signing contracts. This is important because contracts outline the liability, authority, and responsibilities of each party. While most galleries will have their own contacts (usually consignment agreements) when working with artists, you can’t assume that: all contracts are the same…

Debating About Serving Alcohol at Art Events

Debating About Serving Alcohol at Art Events

Let’s face it, we’ve all done it. That nonchalant bottle of wine sitting among the free snacks during an open studio event. You’ve probably thought, it’s not the best idea, but you’ve never had an issue serving alcohol at your art event in the past.…


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