Project Title: Surrogate Intellectual Property Rights in the Cultural Sector
Lead Supervisor: Martin Kretschmer
Second Supervisor(s): Kris Erickson
- Cultural and museum studies
- Policy, Arts Management and Creative Industries
- Law and legal studies
- Library and information studies
Andrea joined the University of Glasgow School of Law in September 2014 as a Postgraduate Researcher and Ph.D. Candidate in Cultural Heritage Law for the CREATe Research Councils UK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy. Working closely with the National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh, Andrea’s research considers how cultural heritage institutions within the public sector have responded to the increasing need to engage in commercialization activities during a time of economic recession. Her research examines the impact of technology on the public domain, examines the obstacles and opportunities generated by the digital realm, and it proposes recommendations for the legal, cultural, and ethical issues that continue to challenge cultural institutions.
Andrea previously received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and worked professionally as a graphic designer for five years. In 2014, Andrea graduated from DePaul University College of Law, magna cum laude, and received a joint LL.M. degree in European Business Law, cum laude, from Radboud University in the Netherlands. Andrea’s LL.M. thesis traced the development of the Artist Resale Royalty Right in the EU and the legislative attempts in the US, focusing on recent global market data revealing the right’s impact and evaluating the interests of the three actors implicated in the debate: the commercial actor, the legal actor, and the creative actor.
Andrea is also a registered attorney with the Illinois Bar.
Conference PresentationsPanel Discussion, Andrea Wallace, Copyright and Orphan Works, Digital Catapult & CREATe, London, The United Kingdom, September 29th 2015Claiming Surrogate IP Rights: When Cultural Institutions Repossess the Public Domain, Andrea Wallace, European Policy for Intellectual Property 2015, Glasgow, United Kingdom, September 3rd 2015Claiming Surrogate IP Rights: When Cultural Institutions Repossess the Public Domain, Andrea Wallace, The 2015 Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, Chicago, Illinois, August 6th 2015Surrogate IP Rights in the Cultural Sector, Andrea Wallace, Beautiful Data II, metaLAB Harvard, Harvard University, July 6th 2015Claiming Surrogate IP Rights: When Cultural Institutions Repossess the Public Domain, Andrea Wallace, The New IP Lawyers Conference: Who Owns the Arts and Sciences?, University of Exeter, United Kingdom, June 23rd 2015The Café as an Alternative Cultural Institution: A Study of the Café's Emergence as a Cultural Venue, Andrea Wallace, DAKIM CONTEMPART15, Istanbul, Turkey, June 8th 2015Comparative Ethical Obligations of the Cultural Institution, Andrea Wallace, Law & Culture, Lausanne, Switzerland, November 14th 2014
B.F.A., emphasis in Visual Communications, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2006
CALI Award for Highest Exam in Art and the Law, DePaul University College of Law, 2013
The Rosenthal Art & Cultural Heritage Law Scholarship, Center for Art & Cultural Heritage Law, DePaul University College of Law, 2013
J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Chapter of the Order of the Barristers, DePaul University College of Law, 2014
LL.M., cum laude, Radboud University, Nijmegen, 2014
By tracking instances of claimed surrogate IP rights in the cultural sector, Andrea's blog connects real evidence with research through visual methodology and it examines problematic issues between cultural institutions and the public domain.
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