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Deciding what happens to your artwork after you’re gone is important, and having a plan in place for your estate will also be valuable for those you care about. Join in a conversation about how to be proactive in protecting your artistic legacy with Martha Rans, Pacific Legal Education & Outreach Society’s Legal Director. Session includes a Q&A for participants to ask their questions during the live-streamed event.
This workshop was developed by Pacific Legal Education & Outreach Society, which is a group of volunteer lawyers and law students committed to working with artists and arts organizations. PLEO offers resources, workshops and clinics across BC.
About the Presenter:
Martha Rans is a lawyer specializing in the legal needs of non-profit societies, charities, co-operative’s, as well as many artists. She has been practicing law in British Columbia since 1997 and spent 10 years as a labour employment and human rights lawyer/mediator with the BC and Ontario governments. She is a recognized expert on both Canada’s Copyright Act as well as the BC Societies Act. She advises on copyright, charity law, incorporation, privacy, employment, labour, health & safety and human rights and is an advocate for public legal education and information. Martha is the Founder and Legal Director of Pacific Legal Education and Outreach Society, home of the Artists Legal Outreach and Law for Non-Profits.
This session is part of Art at Work, series of professional development workshops designed for visual artists. It is presented by Public Art Richmond and Richmond Art Gallery, in partnership with City of Richmond Arts, Culture and Heritage Services and CARFAC BC.