FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 13, 2012
Shelly Angers, N.H. Department of Cultural Resources
Arts, Culture, Law Conference 2012: June 28 in Concord
Limited registration space is still available for the Arts, Culture and the Law Conference 2012, which takes place June 28 at the UNH School of Law in Concord.
A one-day professional development event focusing on issues legal issues that affect the arts and culture community, the Conference brings together experts to discuss these issues at more than a dozen panel sessions and during lunchtime table topic discussions. Panels will begin with short presentations followed by question and answer sessions with attendees; table topic discussions will be free-flowing conversations.
Issues addressed throughout the Conference include copyright, employment issues, alternative dispute resolution, accounting and taxation, grassroots advocacy, privacy, free expression, emergency and disaster planning, and more.
N.H. Attorney General Michael Delaney is scheduled to address the Conference.
Cost for the Arts, Culture and the Law Conference 2012 is $50 and includes lunch and refreshments during the morning and afternoon breaks. Scholarships are available.
The Arts, Culture and the Law Conference 2012 is a unique collaboration of partners from the public and private sector: the N.H. Department of Cultural Resources, the N.H. Department of Justice, the N.H. Center for Nonprofits, the N.H. Business Committee for the Arts and the UNH School of Law.
Partner-level funding is provided by Orr & Reno; Sheehan, Phinney, Bass + Green; and Sulloway & Hollis. Supporter-level funding comes from Devine Millimet, Attorneys at Law; the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce; Hayes Hodes Professional Association, Attorneys at Law; and the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. Friends of the Conference include Ascentage Law and Ricardo A. St. Hilaire, Attorney & Counselor at Law, PLLC. Generous founding support for the Conference was provided by the N.H. Charitable Foundation.
To learn more about the Arts, Culture and the Law Conference 2012 and to register, visit www.nh.gov/nhculture.
New Hampshire’s Department of Cultural Resources includes the State Council on the Arts, the Film and Television Office, the Division of Historical Resources, the State Library and the Commission on Native American Affairs. The Department strives to nurture the cultural well-being of our state. From the covered bridges and traditional music of our past to the avant-garde performances and technological resources of today and tomorrow, New Hampshire’s culture is as varied as its geography and its people. This strong cultural base—which truly has something for everyone—attracts businesses looking for engaged workforces, provides outstanding educational opportunities and creates communities worth living in. Learn more at www.nh.gov/nhculture/.