LEAP 670 - Law and the Arts

  • 3 credits
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Examines the legal foundations of artistic creation including copyright, freedom of expression, public domain laws, and contract negotiation.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

LEAP 600 (Arts Policy and Advocacy).

Textbooks and Materials

Contact instructor for textbook information.

Instructors

David Pyle

david.pyle@colostate.edu

David's 35-year career in the arts and business has been fueled by his education in music, painting, and chemistry. He's managed consumer brands in the artist's products category, serving as Director of Marketing for Winsor+Newton and then Brand Director for Liquitex. In 2000, his book, What Every Artist Needs to Know About Paints and Colors, was published by Krause. He served as a founding board member for Colorado Bach Ensemble. Over the last 15 years, he’s served as Publisher for the largest media brands in the fine art-making and crafting categories, most recently as Senior Vice President/Group Publisher with F+W Media managingThe Artist’s Magazine, American Artist, Watercolor Artist, Interweave Knits, Love of Quilting and, online, ArtistsNework.com, ArtistsNetwork.TV, QuiltingDaily.com and Interweave.com and more. Through it all he's continued to paint and he just finished a project with the Central City Opera as "Painter in Residence,” producing a series of watercolors for their 2021 season. In 2020, he left the corporate media world and launched a number of art-making initiatives, a new marketing services group called Pyle Creative Studio, and a series of educational resources for the art and science community.

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