intersections is an invitation for all to imagine what roles art and the law can play in building the world to come.

As the Yale Law School conference on art, justice, and the law, INTERSECTIONS serves as a multidisciplinary space to consider the uses of art and aesthetics in social and legal movements, apply art law to human rights and cultural heritage management issues, and support artists and movements of many kinds in producing or protecting work.

Placing lawyers, artists, practitioners, and activists in conversation, the conference builds capacity to grapple with some of the most compelling questions at the intersection of art and justice.