There are several legal issues that relate to public art commissions from contracts and agreements, artists insurances and issues around ownership of work. Other legal issues arise out of the nature of a particular commission such as copyright and reproduction rights, planning permissions or environmental impact studies that might be required for major permanent and temporary works. Issues around child protection will be required to protect and safegaurd children. Increasingly working within a public context becomes more complex with responsibilities placed on individual artists and organisations to ensure that health and safety matters are fully considered and to protect against litigation. 




Per cent for art commission | Gaelscoil Chnoc Liamhna, Knocklyon, Dublin

03 July 2023

Gaelscoil Chnoc Liamhna in Knocklyon, Dublin, under the Per Cent for Art Scheme, invites expressions of interest from artists for the creation of a...More..

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