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AAD 650, Unit 10: Cultural Properties

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UK Arts Administration

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Transcript of AAD 650, Unit 10: Cultural Properties

IV. U.N. Conventions Protecting Cultural Property
III. U.S. Protection of Cultural Properties of Indigenous People
II. Repatriation of Nazi-Looted Art
I. Protection of Art in Times of Armed Conflict
Unit 10:
Cultural Properties
VISIT: Looted Art


Research all existing collections to determine if any works were plundered during the World War II era, such research to include contacting any parties who could provide information on their World War II era provenance;
Refuse to acquire by gift or bequest any artwork for which there is evidence of Nazi plunder;
Provide open access to World War II era provenance information for all works in their collection;
Make public the information if a museum discovers a looted piece of art in their collection. If an individual comes forward with proof of a legitimate claim, the museum should seek resolution of the claim. If no claimant comes forward, the museum should explicitly state the history of the work on all labels and publications.
Seek to resolve claims through mediation, if a claim is made that a museum has in its possession looted art.
Not accept any loans of art work that was plundered during the World War II era.
1 . That federal agencies and museums receiving federal funding (excluding the Smithsonian, which is regulated by a different law) must repatriate Native American cultural objects by:
Preparing inventories of all Native American objects in their collections
Consulting with lineal descendants and tribes regarding tribal affiliation of items in the museum’s possession
Sending notices to lineal descendants and tribes telling them that the items may be repatriated
2. That if Native American remains and cultural objects are inadvertently discovered on federal or tribal lands after the date of enactment of NAGPRA, the discoverer must notify the governmental entity or Indian tribe having authority over the land, cease activity, and protect the items before resuming activity.
3. That those who knowingly traffic in Native American remains and cultural items shall be fined up to $100,000 or imprisoned for up to one year.
3. That those who knowingly traffic in Native American remains and cultural items shall be fined up to $100,000 or imprisoned for up to one year.
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