Here’s a list of the range of topics addressed in art law. In the drop-down menu below each topic are the cases that address these topics.
» Captive Audience
» Content/Viewpoint Neutrality
» Copyright and Fair Use
» Criminalization of Artwork
» Government-owned Art
» Harmful to Minors
» Libel, Slander, and Defamation
» Modification and Destruction of Artists’ Works
» Protected/Unprotected Speech
» Public Art
» Public Forum (including Nonpublic, Limited, and Designated)
» Public Funding
» Right to Privacy
» Time, Place, and Manner Restrictions
Performance artist and Founding Director of Franklin Furnace Martha Wilson talks about the need of public funding for art that confronts people with reality and changes cultural discourse. Part of...
The winner of this year’s Youth Free Expression Project Film Contest, addressing the theme Video Games in the Crosshairs, is “Future Warfare III” by Ani Akpan of the Bronx, NY. Using dazzling...
Our second place winner is “A Virtual Reality,” by Peter Ackerman of Augusta, Maine. Ackerman interviews friends, video game enthusiasts and a psychologist, Ackerman interviews friends, video...
Author and children’s book historian Leonard Marcus shares insight into the history of censorship of information for young people, beginning with the New England Primer and other books...
Charlotte Jones Voiklis, the grandaughter of Madeleine L’Engle, talks about A Wrinkle in Time and shares her grandmother’s feelings and perception of attempted book censorship at the...