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Art Salon: The Law

with Jacqueline Nicholls, Frances Fyfield, Isobel Williams and Hubert Best

Arts & Culture

Life is messy, and the law structures the many complex ways in which we interact.

How does art depict the legal process, which can be seen as abstract and distant? How does the law acknowledge the boundaries of creativity, and how can art be legislated? Presenting their work are criminal lawyer turned best-selling crime writer Frances Fyfield, artist Isobel Williams who draws in the UK Supreme Court and musician and intellectual property lawyer, Hubert Best. Hosted by Jacqueline Nicholls, visual artist and Jewish educator. 

Ticket price includes a complimentary glass of wine. 

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Add to Calendar 23/05/2017 20:00:00 23/05/2017 20:00:00 Art Salon: The Law Life is messy, and the law structures the many complex ways in which we interact. How does art depict the legal process, which can be seen as abstract and distant? How does the law acknowledge the boundaries of creativity, and how can art be legislated? Presenting their work are criminal lawyer turned best-selling crime writer Frances Fyfield, artist Isobel Williams who draws in the UK Supreme Court and musician and intellectual property lawyer, Hubert Best. Hosted by Jacqueline Nicholls, visual artist and Jewish educator.  JW3 DD/MM/YYYY

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