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Art Blogs Daily Serving and Art Practical Find a Permanent Home at California College of the Arts

by Corinna Kirsch on February 23, 2015
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The online-publishing landscape continues to change. Just one instance of how the 2000s are catching up with the 2010s: Announced this week, the California College of the Arts has begun a partnership with the Bay Area art blogs Daily Serving and Art Practical.

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Bill de Blasio’s Affordable Live-Work Scheme Is Not Even Barely a Plan for Artists, or Anyone

by Whitney Kimball on February 3, 2015
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This plan makes no sense. Let’s do the math.

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A Bill to Save Your Studios, New Yorkers

by Whitney Kimball on January 29, 2015
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If the Small Business Jobs Survival Act passes, artists will get some bargaining chips.

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Interstate Projects Becomes a Non-Profit

by Corinna Kirsch on January 15, 2015
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Bushwick has lost one commercial gallery and gained a non-profit.

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Last Night on Law and Order SVU: Fucking James Franco

by Whitney Kimball on January 15, 2015
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Art gets some TV exposure!

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RIP, American Royalties Too Act

by Whitney Kimball on January 13, 2015

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Another proposal for artist resale royalties died this week when the American Royalties Too (ART) Act was quietly omitted in Congress, reports the Art Law Report.

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Nestlé Claims Trademark Infringement Against Artist Anthony Antonellis

by Corinna Kirsch on January 13, 2015
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Is it possible to confuse a Poland Spring bottle of water with a $300.00 Poland Spring bottle of water stuffed with a Chinese knockoff wristband? Nestlé is hedging its bets on a current trademark infringement claim against artist Anthony Antonellis, claiming that average consumers can’t tell the difference between their bottled water and his, largely because his work belongs on a website URL formerly owned by the conglomerate.

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