RECORDED PROGRAMS

The Appraisers Association is dedicated to providing ongoing education to our members and art world professionals in related fields through our methodology and connoisseurship programs. In order to reach our broad national and international audience, we record many of these insightful and important programs. 

Online seminars will be listed on this page once they are available for purchase. Please click on the title of the program you would like to purchase, below. Once you register for a program recording, you will receive a confirmation email containing instructions on how to access the session. Members earn Continuing Education (CE) credits as indicated.

 


 

Discouse in the Market: All Things Considered
More than a dozen recorded panels and connoisseurship sessions were recorded at the 2014 Conference with topics ranging from the value of authenticity to American paintings! 
Conference recordings are available in bundles or a-la-carte! 

 

Advanced Issues for Appraisers, at Herrick Feinstein LLP
4 CE Credits, approximately 4 hours recorded time
Leila Dunbar, AAA, Leila Dunbar Appraisals and Consulting LLC; Sylvia Leonard Wolf, AAA, Sylvia Leonard Wolf Inc.; Jannette M. Barth, Ph.D., Pepacton Institute LLC; and Michael Kessel, Tax Department, Herrick, Feinstein LLP

 

American Painting: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
1 CE Credit, approximately 1 hour recorded time
Betty Krulik, AAA, Betty Krulik Fine Art Services, Ltd.

 

 

Appraisers and the IRS, at Herrick Feinstein LLP
4 CE Credits, approximately 4 hours recorded time
Judith Pearson, ARIS Title Insurance; Louis Tuchman, Tax Group, Herrick Feinstein LLP, Leigh Keno, AAA, Keno Auctions (a former member of the IRS Panel on Decorative Arts); and Gayle Sluzacek, AAA, Abigail Hartmann Associates (moderator)

 

Appraising Stamp Collections
1 CE Credit, approximately 1 hour recorded time
Dick Colberg, AAA, Colberg Enterprises

 

Art Insurance Methodology: Practical Concerns for Personal Property Appraisers
3 CE Credits, approximately 3 hours recorded time
Blair Wunderlich, AON, Huntington Block; Alan Lyons, Herrick, Feinstein LLP; Judith Pearson, ARIS Title Insurance Corporation; Renee Vara, AAA, Vara Fine Arts (also moderator)

 

Managing Your Research and Beginning the Appraisal
2 CE Credits, approximately 2 hours recorded time
Deborah G. Spanierman, AAA, DGS Fine Art Consultants, Inc. and Robert Marshak, Marshak Computer Solutions Corp. 

 

Matrimonial Appraisals: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
1 CE Credit, approximately 1 hour recorded time
Matthew Kesten Kantor, Davidoff, Mandelker, Twomey, Gallanty &    Olenick, P.C.;  Edward Lewand Consultant Appraisal Services, LLC

 

Price Trends in Audubon Prints: A 30-Year Perspective
1 CE Credit, approximately 1 hour recorded time
Alex Clausen, Swann Auction Galleries

 

The Psychology of Appraising: Managing Client Expectations
2 CE Credits, approximately 2 hours recorded time
Susan Hunter AAA, Winston Art Group 

 

Valuation of Vintage Comics
1 CE Credit, approximately 1 hour recorded time
Barry Sandoval, Heritage Auctions

 

The View from Here: Confronting a Volatile Art Market as a Consultant and Appraiser
2 CE Credits, approximately 2 hours recorded time
Lisa Austin, AAA, Lisa Austin & Associates 

  Wrong Pictures:
Recognizing Problematic Old Master Paintings

1 CE Credit, approximately 1 hour recorded time
Robert Simon, Ph.D., AAA, Robert Simon Fine Art



 

Note:  Recorded programs are for personal use; please do not distribute the recordings or associated materials in any way. Refunds are not available for recorded programs.

 

 


 

 


 

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