Draft law CDSL 31-1 MoCA Curator Appointment

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Draft law CDSL 31-1 MoCA Curator Appointment

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Since the RA seem to have finished commenting on the RA discussion forum, I'm reposting here for anyone else who would like to comment on this.
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CDSL 31-1 MoCA Curator Appointment

Rationale:

The Museum of Modern Art (MoCA) located within the walls of Neufreistadt city is a part of the common lands of the CDS. As a part of CDS community-owned properties, the intent of this law is to allow for diversification in its curation and ensure that the MoCA remains a vibrant part of the life of the community.

1) The Representative Assembly will accept applications for a curator from any citizen in good standing and appoint 1 person for each appointment time period.
2) Appointments will be for a time period of 6 months: either August to January or February to July.
3) Applicants must provide a brief outline of their intended exhibitions.
4) Appointed curators are required to produce at least one new exhibition per term, to ensure that MoCA is and remains vibrant.
5) Appointed curators may decide to keep or remove any other existing artworks in place, and may decide upon the theme and application of their exhibits, which may be in the form of visual arts, SL or RL, or performing arts, or a mix of both.
6) Curators must create appropriate signage for the displays.
7) Curators may appoint other CDS citizens to assist in any way they wish, as long as they keep to the rules.
8 ) Certain artifacts (to be defined) that are not owned by anyone in the CDS who has permissions on them, and have historical-artistic value, must be left in place as is.
9) Total land impact (li or 'prim count') must not exceed 665 on the museum parcel. The curator must keep within these limits without changing the building or the historical artifacts.
10) No artworks will be set for sale, and it is understood that the MoCA is not a place to market any arts or artists. Artists may be featured and celebrated.

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Re: Draft law CDSL 31-1 MoCA Curator Appointment

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Following on the RA meeting held August 5th, this is an updated version of the proposed law, to include which piece of art is to remain in place (see #8):
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CDSL 31-1 MoCA Curator Appointment

Rationale:

The Museum of Modern Art (MoCA) located within the walls of Neufreistadt city is a part of the common lands of the CDS. As a part of CDS community-owned properties, the intent of this law is to allow for diversification in its curation and ensure that the MoCA remains a vibrant part of the life of the community.

1) The Representative Assembly will accept applications for a curator from any citizen in good standing and appoint 1 person for each appointment time period.
2) Appointments will be for a time period of 6 months: either August to January or February to July.
3) Applicants must provide a brief outline of their intended exhibitions.
4) Appointed curators are required to produce at least one new exhibition per term, to ensure that MoCA is and remains vibrant.
5) Appointed curators may decide to keep or remove any other existing artworks in place, and may decide upon the theme and application of their exhibits, which may be in the form of visual arts, SL or RL, or performing arts, or a mix of both.
6) Curators must create appropriate signage for the displays.
7) Curators may appoint other CDS citizens to assist in any way they wish, as long as they keep to the rules.
8 ) A specific artifact not owned by anyone in the CDS who has permissions on it, and has historical-artistic value, must be left in place as is. This is the yellow-musical "Infra Assemblage" piece by Adam Ramona located on the roof.
9) Total land impact (li or 'prim count') must not exceed 665 on the museum parcel. The curator must keep within these limits without changing the building or the historical artifacts.
10) No artworks will be set for sale, and it is understood that the MoCA is not a place to market any arts or artists. Artists may be featured and celebrated.

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Re: Draft law CDSL 31-1 MoCA Curator Appointment

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At the 19 August RA meeting, the members voted to approve CDSL 31-1 MoCA Curator Appointment. The law has been written to the Portal at https://cdsdemocracy.org/faqs/cdsl-31-1 ... pointment/

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