Clark Hill West Michigan Attorney Joseph Voss to Moderate Panel at the Michigan Film Art & Literature Symposium on November 13 at the Grand Rapids Art Museum
GRAND RAPIDS, MI
– Clark Hill Entertainment Attorney Joseph Voss will moderate a panel discussion at the Michigan Film Art & Literature Symposium entitled “Pure Michigan: Imagining Michigan for the Marketplace” on Sunday, November 13th at 2:00 p.m. The symposium is a two day event that brings together scholars, artists, and community leaders from around Michigan for a weekend focused on a theme: identifying and understanding the Michigan perspective in creative expression.
Participation is free and the event is held at the Grand Rapids Art Museum. Participants are encouraged to contribute to the conversation—from introductory and keynote speakers providing insight and helpful tools for framing the dialog, through breakout sessions on specific topics, to the facilitated discussion where perspectives are shared and recorded. This Symposium is just the beginning; the conversation will continue online and with future events. For more detailed information, visit
MI Film, Art & Literature Symposium
Voss is Senior Counsel in Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids office, where he leads the firm’s Entertainment Industry Team. He focuses on transactions in the entertainment industry, including representation of debt and equity financing parties for film and television productions.
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