Legal Environment of Arts, Culture and Creative Industries
- can propose practical and legally correct solutions to different legal problems related to the ACCI
- has a basic knowledge about contract law and the main aspects of the governance of ACCI
- has a basic knowledge of intellectual property and how its protection and use can benefit the ACCI
- understands the role of law within the ACCI
- understands scope and various of results of intellectual property as asserts of cultural organizations
- understands rights, obligations and risks in communications with authors of work of art
- Acquaint students with the legal principles, terminology and concepts related to ACCI
- Develop students' skills in a legal analysis of the problems concerning everyday matters of ACCI management
- Acquire students' skills to present legally appropriate solutions to various challenges related to the ACCI
- Introduction to the course. Russian legal system. Russian Civil law.
- Contract law as the base of cooperation between legal entities in art and cultural area.
- Intellectual Property in Arts, Culture and Creative Industries
- Digital technologies and art.
- Museum Law and other issues legal issues related to ACCI
- Activity in class
- Final TestIt is a written test with multiple-choice and open-ended questions, taken distantly online. The test contains 25 questions. It focuses on the material discussed in class. To prepare for it, students should attend lectures and seminars and be acquainted with all course materials.
- Home assignmentDuring seminars and at home the students perform different assignments. They may be done individually, in pairs, or in groups, depending on the requirements of the instructor for each particular assignment. The assignments correspond with one of the topics of the course and are aimed at improving students’ soft or hard skills. The types of assignments may be the following: case studies, problem-solving exercises on the base of judge cases, preparation of letters with legal terms of cooperation, presentation of the project with legal base, etc. Each assignment is evaluated on a scale from 0 to 1. The final mark for classroom and homework activities is counted as an average sum of marks for all assignments and is not rounded.
- 2023/2024 4th module0.3 * Activity in class + 0.4 * Final Test + 0.3 * Home assignment