Is 2019 the year when the Center for Art Law starts supporting its interns financially? We hope so.
Center for Art Law Summer Class of 2018. From left to right: Shlomit Heering, Ethan Ashley, Jennie Nadel, Claire Dettelbach, Hanna Feldman.
Each summer, it has been our privilege to welcome talented and eager university and law students. Students learn so much from the wide range of issues we write and research about, and from being a subway-ride away from museums, galleries, and auction houses here in New York, and we would love to help them defray their expenses by providing them with a stipend.
We received more than 30 applications, from undergraduate students with diverse backgrounds in art history, public policy, journalism, and classics studies, and from law students with interests in cultural heritage, archeology, looted art, and artists’ rights. While some applicants are studying in the tri-state area, others come from Illinois, Georgia, Virginia, and even as far as California.
Therefore, the Center for Art Law is launching an initiative to invite subscribers and followers to make a donation to sponsor the incoming class of summer interns. We would like to provide each of them with a $500 honorarium to help them cover transportation and living expenses, and to be able to rent an extra office.
Sponsor a Summer Intern
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Donate by mail
Please make your check payable to Center for Art Law and mail to:
Center for Art Law
195 Plymouth Street, Suite 621
Brooklyn, 11201 NY
The Center for Art Law was founded in 2009 to advance knowledge of the visual arts and cultural heritage law, and became incorporated as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization in 2018. All donations are considered charitable contributions and are fully tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.