Politics and Robes: Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. v. Goldsmith

by Tatkon Center for New Students

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Fri, Mar 17, 2023

4 PM – 5 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Join the North Campus faculty-in-residence and the Tatkon Center for New Students for a series for new students to learn about some of the key cases on the Supreme Court docket. Each session will be facilitated by a legal scholar and a content expert.

What does it mean to “transform” a work of art? When Andy Warhol altered a photograph of the musician Prince, did he “transform” it enough to avoid violating copyright?

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Co-hosted with: Mary Donlon Hall, Court-Kay-Bauer Hall, Mews and Loving House: the LGBTQ+ Living Learning Unit, Clara Dickson Hall, Low Rises 6 & 7, Toni Morrison Hall, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hall, Barbara McClintock Hall, Hu Shih Hall

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