Biography of Rina Elster Pantalony
Rina Elster Pantalony
Management for Non-Profits in the Arts
Background of management and legal positions in museum programming, publishing and electronic educational media development and distribution; strong negotiating ability, diplomacy, project management skills, creativity and a profound knowledge of rights management; proven ability in both operational and strategic management roles.
|Education||Université de Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France
French Civilization Program, French Language Certificate 1994
Dalhousie Law School, Halifax, Canada
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
|Experience||TISCH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Adjunct Professor, Department of Cinema Studies 2004-Present
Develop and teach a graduate course in copyright law and policy, requiring students to carry out a placement at WNET, Channel Thirteen, New York.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE CANADA, New York, New York
THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, (MoMA), New York, New York
CANADIAN HERITAGE INFORMATION NETWORK (CHIN), Ottawa, Canada
DEPARTMENT OF CANADIAN HERITAGE, Ottawa, Canada
ONTARIO MINISTRY OF LABOUR, Toronto, Canada
SOTOS KARVANIS, Toronto, Canada
THOMSON ROGERS, Toronto Canada
|Admissions||Law Society of Upper Canada, Ontario, Canada 1990
|Sabbatical||MUSÉE DU LOUVRE / ÉCOLE DU LOUVRE, Paris, France
Attended various lectures on Renaissance, post-Renaissance, 19th century art history and Modernism. 1993-1994
|Awards||New York University Adjunct Faculty Professional Development Award 2005
Deputy Minister’s Award, Community Memories Project 2003
Deputy Minister’s Award, Virtual Museum of Canada 2002
Head of the Public Service Award, Excellence in Service Delivery 2001
|Languages||English, French fluent
|Publications||ICHIM 2003, Paris, France, Proceedings, Archives and Museum Informatics, Toronto 2003, "A
Marriage of Convenience: Museums and the Practice of Business Doctrine in the Development of
Sustainable Business Models"
Spectra Magazine; MCN; Winter 2002; "To B2B or Not To Be. IP Ecommerce Management Services for Museums and Archives"
Museum International; UNESCO, Paris, December 2002; "Museums and Digital Rights Management Technologies"
The Art Libraries Journal, London, ARLIS UK. Vol.26/4, Fall 2001 "Fair Use, Fair Dealing: Will They Survive?"
The Art Libraries Journal, London, ARLIS, U.K., Vol.25/4, Fall 2000, "The Carrot v. The Stick: Can Copyright Be Used to Enhance Access to Cultural Heritage Resources in the Networked Environment?"
Protecting Your Interests: A Legal Guide to Negotiating Virtual Exhibition and Web Site Development Agreements, Canadian Heritage Information Network, Intellectual Property Series; Ottawa, 1999
Les Rencontres francophone nouvelles technologies et institution museales,1999, Montreal, Proceedings, "Elaborer les instruments juridiques et negocier pour rendre plus accessible le contenu des musees sur Internet"
The Journal of World Intellectual Property, Vol.2, No.2, Geneva, March 1999, p.p.209-220, "Canada's Database Decision: An American Import Takes Hold"
An Introduction to Managing Digital Assets, Getty Information Institute, Getty Trust Publications, Los Angeles, 1999, p.p. 109-123, "Options for Administration of Intellectual Property Rights in Canadian Cultural Heritage Institutions"
IP Worldwide; American Lawyer Media Inc., New York, October 1998, p.p. 19-21 "NAFTA Kills Copyright Protection for Databases"
Museums and the Web 1998, Proceedings, Archives and Museum Informatics, Pittsburgh, 1998, "Managing and Identifying Museum Intellectual Property, Its Uses and Users"
Visual Resources, An International Journal of Documentation, Copyright & Fair Use, The Great Image Debate, Vol.XII, No. 3-4, Gordon & Breach Publishers, The Netherlands, 1997, "Moral Rights and Exhibition Rights: A Canadian Museum’s Perspective"