Welcome to PT Foundation’s inaugural Diversity in Patent Law Art Exhibition in support of our 2021 scholarship fundraising efforts. We are proud to feature the Art Collections from four of the eight Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) with Law Schools. The four HBCUs represented are the alma maters of the 2019 PT Foundation Scholarship recipients. Picture That will also offer artwork for sale by emerging artists. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the scholarship fund. SAS Corporation, a major donor to our scholarship fund, also has work on display. Read More...
Diversity in Patent Law Art Exhibition
2021 Featured HBCU Art Collections
SAS Art Collection and Artist in Residence Program
Cary, NC | Website
At SAS, our culture has always been an integral part of who we are as a company, connecting the curious nature that gave us our start, and the spirit of innovation that moves us forward. The boldness of our art and architecture extends throughout our entire work environment, to inspire inventive ideas in every facet of our business. Our corporate art collection contains over 8,000 paintings, sculptures, pottery, and glass featured at our World Headquarters in Cary, North Carolina, and in our Regional Offices across the US.
Emerging Artists Art for Sale
Link to Art Sales Catalog with Pricing Available January 28th
2019 Diversity in Patent Law Scholarship Recipients
North Carolina Central University School of Law
My name is Enisha Smith, and I am a 2019 graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law (NCCU Law). During my time at NCCU Law, I developed an interest in patent law. Now I am pursuing an electrical engineering degree at North Carolina A&T State University and intend to sit for the USPTO patent bar in 2020.