Censorship and the Public Display of Art – Video

Posted: November 7, 2012 at 6:44 pm

Censorship and the Public Display of Art
Many thanks for the thoughtful insights of our panelists: Justin Connidis is a business lawyer who specializes in business financing and acquisitions. He is Counsel to the Toronto office of the Dickinson Wright LLP law firm, an adjunct professor at Queen's University and involved in various business interests. Dickinson Wright's clients include many public and private art galleries, including the Art Gallery of Ontario. Although Justin does not practice art law, as such, or censorship law (whether directly or through libel, slander and hate laws), he is an active supporter of the arts as a patron and through pro bono activities. He is a member of various Kingston organizations, including the Gallery Association of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and the Arts Letters Club. Gary Michael Dault is a writer, painter and art critic. The author, or co-author of a number of books about the visual arts, Dault has written countless gallery and museum catalogues, a few of the most recent being his essay. “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird by Wallace Stevens: An Extrapolation for Gordon Lebredt” in Gordon Lebredt: Nonworks 1975-2008 (Plug-In Editions, 2011), True Romance for Dana Holst, and an essay about Istvan Kantor's metal teeth in a book about Kantor's art and activities, just published in Budapest. He had written frequently for Canadian Art and Border Crossings, and, for over a decade, contributed a weekend visual arts review column (“Gallery-Going”) to The Globe …From:Kingston Arts CouncilViews:5 0ratingsTime:01:08:41More inNonprofits Activism

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